As any cursory student of dietary science knows, our food supply today (what with processing, soil depletion, etc…) is far from what our ancestors enjoyed.  A growing body of research indicates that nutritional supplements can provide us with nutrients that we used to be able to get in our food, as well as new “neutraceutical” combinations shown to have great promise in improving health in a variety of ways.

Here again there is controversy over what to take and how much to take, and no one thinks the final research is in, although some obvious items seem to be rising to the top in importance in study after study.

Specific Actions others are taking:

You name it, and someone is taking it as a supplement to improve their health.

But the items that seem from our reading to have the greatest consensus behind them include:
Vitamin D
(among many others)

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