Dear supplement industry - Manufacturers of natural supplements,
I would like to understand more about the concept of a "whole food dietary supplement." Specifically, how can a dietary supplement even be compared on the same level as a whole food? A dietary supplement is not a whole food period.
Most people should be consuming all of their nutrients from whole foods. Whole foods means actual food - not dietary supplements that say "whole foods" on them. Whole foods are foods that you eat with a knife fork and spoon, or possibly with a blender or juicer, or some other mechanism.
So why are so many customers, vendors, and retail, wholesale, and business professionals coming to me with the impression that your products - dietary supplements - are considered to be whole foods?