Best Supplements You Should Be Taking After 40

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DHA and EPA: DHA and EPA are omega-3 fatty acids primarily found in marine sources like oily fish. 

Siberian Rhubarb Root: If perimenopause has started, adding Siberian rhubarb root to your regimen may offer some benefits.

Vitamin D: Bone health is an important consideration for women in their 40s as they head into the perimenopausal.

Iron: Iron deficiency either with or without anemia is common for women in the perimenopausal time period, and it's often overlooked.

Folic acid: If you are a female and still menstruating, becoming pregnant may be a possibility, even if you are mentally "done" with the baby stage.

Creatine Monohydrate: Creatine monohydrate may be thought of as a muscle building-supporting supplement in certain circles.

Berberine: Berberine may provide a wealth of metabolic health benefits, including the potential to support heart health and healthy blood sugars. 

Astaxanthin: Astaxanthin is a naturally occurring carotenoid that can be found in foods shrimp, salmon, and other marine-sourced foods that are naturally pink in color. 

Collagen: Yes, there is some data that suggests that collagen supplementation may help support healthy skin and reduce signs of skin aging.

Glucosemine: That's probably from inflammation that creeps up from overuse and just general aging.

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