acid and other vitamins for older people
people get older, their capacity to absorb vitamins and other
nutrients often gets weaker. Dietary supplements are thus a good
strategy for improving one's health, fitness and wellness.
getting older and want to stay active and healthy as long
as I can. I've heard that older people need more vitamins. In
particular, folic acid, B6, B12, and L-arginine.
you wish to elevate your current health and prolong your years
of health, vitality and life, possibly to a time when you
can take advantage of major life extending breakthroughs,
then all experts agree that several vitamins have well proven
health benefits when taken in larger doses than can be obtained
each of the nutrients that you mentioned (folic acid, B6,
B12, and L-arginine) are often inadequately supplied in the
diet and you may benefit from supplementing them, many others
are just as important. Taking a multivitamin pill is one method
of getting plentiful dosages of all the most important nutrients.
is a good amount of these nutrients to take?
does not recommend specific dosages because individuals vary
in their nutritional and supplementation needs. We recommend
that you consult a knowledgeable healthcare provider.
check out any of these online
sources of information about specific vitamins.
Paul Wakfer (was Tom Matthews)