vitamins

  • The Beauty Bar: Glutathione

    By Jolene Hart Although its name may not ring a bell, glutathione could be among the most important antioxidants your body produces—and a key antiaging weapon. “Glutathione enhances the body’s ability to eliminate toxins and preserve vitamins C and E,” says David Perlmutter, MD, of the Perlmutter Health Center in Naples, Florida.

    By Jolene Hart
  • Bottle of Youth

    Mom and Dad told you to take your vitamins. Hopefully, you listened because new research shows that popping multivitamins may actually make your cells younger. In an American Journal of Clinical Nutrition study involving 586 women, the cells of those who took multivitamins had a younger biological age than those of nonusers.

    By Melaina Juntti
  • Are Vitamins Vital for Kids?

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    A new study by UC Davis revealed that vitamin use is highest in children who “don’t need them” and lowest in children who likely have nutrient deficiencies.