Whenever I see a phrase such as 'formulated by experts' or 'formulated for athletes' on packaging, I actually tune in to the underlying driver; 'formulated for profit', and latterly, 'formulated by politics'.
I see the tail wagging the (usually nutritional/medicinal) dog. Predators adapt to their prey. Prey does not adapt to be tastier, more wholesome and healthier for the hunter! (And in fact inate inability to adapt leads to extinction. At the other end of the spectrum, anything that can quickly change its colours in a chameleon-like fashion, should also be treated with suspicion - especially if the change reflects the latest nutrition/exercise trends). The foraged 'may' become tastier, but this will be a Faustian pact in favour of the grazed.
Nutrition is an interesting area. Maybe experts can formulate optimal nutrition, but our requirements are rarely static. I suspect that important signalling from hormonal cascades generated by the ebb and flow of micro and macro nutrients may also be blunted by 'static' nutrition; something akin to a hormetic effect perhaps?
Pharmaceuticals also offers interest. We have so many diagnoses. The range of human behaviours and conditions are medicalised, behind which comes therapy and remedy - all at a price.
Then there is the emphasis on extending lifespans. A lot of 'expertise' is devoted to this. Again it hinges on an axis of profit and politics. In Greek mythology, Tithonus fell in love with Eos, goddess of the dawn. Eos realised that Tithonus, a handsome mortal, was destined to age and die so she begged Zeus to grant Tithonus immortality. Zeus granted Eos's wish, giving Tithonus immortality, but not eternal youth.
We seem to have stumbled in to a Tithonusian world. Profits lie in extending lifespan, not healthspan. Does 'do no harm' apply if you maintain a harmful state?