Vitamins And Trace Elements You Need In Your 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, And 60's

Lifestyle & Health

March 15, 2019 13:35 By Fabiosa

A healthy lifestyle is the key to beauty and well-being at any age. It would be silly to assume that in youth, you need fewer vitamins and microelements than later in life. Your body always needs them, but there are slight variations you should know. Now, we will talk about your body’s needs at different ages, so that you can better adjust your diet.


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At this age, your activity puts a great load on your body. Keep in mind that most often, women give birth between the ages of 20 and 30 and for this, the body needs to be prepared. To improve your immune function, you need vitamin D. The reproductive system will benefit from vitamin E, folic acid, and iron. As well as vitamin C for tonicity in general.


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It becomes important to maintain the functioning of all the systems of the body, as well as to prevent clear signs of aging, such as wrinkles. Vitamins A and E, as well as coenzyme Q10, are good for young skin. For the immune system – vitamins D and C. At this age, your nervous system needs magnesium, B vitamins, and zinc. The reproductive system doesn’t require anything different from the paragraph above. Also, you might want to take iodine for metabolism.


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At this age, it is important to protect your weaker spots and maintain youth. Take vitamin D and calcium for the bones. Magnesium and B group vitamins for the nervous system. Vitamins E and C will facilitate antioxidant protection, while coenzyme Q10 will be good for your skin. Your heart and blood vessels will need omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.


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This is a decade when it becomes hard to fight wrinkles, but you can still maintain overall health with the help of a proper diet. So, take calcium and vitamin D for your bones. The heart and vessels will need omega-3. To help your nervous system, take magnesium and B group vitamins, especially B12. For antioxidant protection, take vitamins C and E. It is also time to start taking good care of your vision by enriching your diet with vitamin A. Coenzyme Q10 will be still good for the skin.


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The vitamin requirements of his age don’t differ much from those of the previous one, so you can follow the same recommendations. On top of that, pay attention to sleep problems that people tend to develop at this age. Melatonin will help you with this.

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If you want to take these vitamins as supplements, you need to consult with your doctor first! We recommend that you approach your nutrition very carefully because food has a great impact on the general condition of your body. Take care of yourself!

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This article is solely for informational purposes. Do not self-diagnose or self-medicate, and in all cases consult a certified healthcare professional before using any information presented in the article. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for any harm that may result from using the information provided in the article.