Now let’s take a look at some guidelines that are based on you.

Step 1: Add Fish OilDay65Post2

Make one of the following a part of your daily routine:

Step 2: Take a Daily Multivitamin

If you’re not already taking a multivitamin, start today with a one-a-day multivitamin specifically designed for your sex and age. Make sure it’s a high-quality bioavailable vitamin, not one from a wax matrix (some companies use a petroleum-based process that interferes with proper vitamin and mineral absorption).

Step 3: Add B Complex Vitamins

The B complex vitamins work as a team. Unless you have specific needs, it’s usually best to take them in the form of a high-potency B complex formula, and they be included in your one-a-day multivitamin. Reference page 261 in the Habits of Health for a breakdown of B vitamins and recommended daily-intake.

Step 4: Augment with Other Key Vitamins

Add any necessary vitamins and minerals that aren’t part of your multivitamin and B complex, like vitamin A, C, D, E, and K.

Day65PostStep 5: Add Antioxidant Power

To enhance vitamin C’s antioxidant capacity, combine it with one or both of the following:

For further antioxidant support, try these:
Lutein. Obtain from kale, collard greens, spinach, and other green leafy vegetables, or take 40 mcg per day.
Lycopenes. Found in high levels in cooked tomatoes. Eat one half cup of tomato sauce per week (500 mcg) or take 10 to 20 mg per day as a supplement.

Step 6: Add Key Minerals

Take the following daily dose of these important minerals:

In health,

Day 65: Dr. A’s Supplement Guidelines

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