- Vitamin E to compensate for malabsorption problems.
- Magnesium and potassium to maintain bone health.
- Folic acid to evade neural tube defects. It’s important to supplement moderately to avoid malabsorption of vitamin B 12.
- Vitamin D to encourage calcium absorption and avoid neurological problems.
- Glucosamine to prevent fine lines.
- L-carnitine to stabilize blood sugar levels.
- Fish oil for glaucoma and macular degeneration.
- Selenium to protect against some cancers.
- Melatonin for insomnia.
Aging reduces skin elasticity, thins the surface of the epidermis, and causes fragility. Beneath the skin, heart disease rates begin to soar after you hit 65, and cellular damage impacts every single organ in the body. Hearing loss, depression, and diabetes rates rise, chipping away at your quality of life. Age can also impair your nutrient absorption, so supplementation is often a necessity. Aging populations struggle to absorb B-vitamins, so these are a core part of a healthy regime. Deficiencies in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and protein are common. Supplementation should also include: