In a new Ipsos survey the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) commissioned with a focus on consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic, 43 percent of dietary supplement users have changed regimens since the start of the outbreak. Of those, 91 percent report increasing their supplement intake, which includes adding new supplements to their existing routines (46 percent); taking the same supplements more regularly (25 percent); or increasing dose(s) (22 percent). Among those surveyed, most users bumped up their routine for either overall immune support (57 percent) or health/wellness benefits (53 percent). Most Americans (85 percent) report that the pandemic is a reminder to take care of their overall health, and a majority of supplement users believe it is important that they continue incorporating dietary supplements into their lifestyle (88 percent), with many supplement users increasing their intake of dietary supplements, according to Ipsos’ Chris Jackson. Also, nearly all supplement users who changed their regimen (98 percent) indicate that they are likely to continue with their current dietary supplement routine moving forward. The survey was conducted from July 31 to Aug. 4, 2020, and included a sample of 2,004 adults aged 18 and older living in the U.S.