What vitamins should I take to slow aging?

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Julieanna Hever, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics

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Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
To make your RealAge (physiologic age) younger, don't take needless vitamins and supplements. Take a multivitamin that contains all the vitamins and minerals you need (especially C, D, E, folate, calcium and magnesium) but no iron, in the correct daily amount. Unless you are a woman in pregnancy bearing age, do not take vitamin A as an individual (one-ingredient) supplement, and make sure your multivitamin contains less than 2,500 IU of vitamin A. Do not take iron as a supplement except under the supervision of a doctor.
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