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Senior regimen recommendations?

#senior #supplements #stack #ageing

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#1 AlxM

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Posted 16 June 2019 - 08:04 PM


In particular looking for a stack or regimen that you would recommend for a female over 70 years?

Perhaps many of you have parents or older relatives who have had success taking certain supplements to support general health and ageing? Please post some recommendations.

#2 pamojja

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Posted 17 June 2019 - 09:08 AM

I would recommend the basis: https://www.longecit...-mineral-stack/

 

Though I didn't have success even with my own parents. ;) They only take which they can 'feel' immediate effects. My father vitamin C, D3 and Mg. My mother D3 only.



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#3 Mind

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Posted 17 June 2019 - 07:39 PM

Eat less, exercise more. Works at every age. Free. Proven effective for centuries. Near zero side effects.

 

A more ketogenic diet.

 

Otherwise, what I have seen "work" is curcumin and cbd oil. Curcumin has helped some old people I know deal with pain related to inflammation. CBD oil relieves seems to relieve stress, and pain, and is relaxing, which has helped some seniors I know live better and sleep better.

 

Some others that are worth trying are D3 and B12 (sublingual). D3 production drops  as we get older. People also absorb much less B12 through the gut as they get older.

 

Also, I recently gave my parents some Senolytic Activator.


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