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The ‘nutricosmetics’ market is estimated to be an $8 billion category by 2020.
Rule number one: ignore hype.
Nutrition studies might not be as accurate as you think.
Does the 'Limitless' drug actually exist?
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They shouldn't replace proper nutrition.
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