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Vitamins Men in Their 20s Should Take
It is never too early to begin taking vitamins. In fact, vitamins at any age can greatly reduce many health
risks. According to Dr. Oz, a cardiac specialist with his own talk show, men of all ages need a variety of
vitamins to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
A multivitamin can be taken, or separate doses of specific vitamins if you know you are deficient in one
area. Some of the more necessary vitamins are vitamins B, C, D, omega-3 fatty acids and magnesium.
Men in their 20s need essential vitamins to support bones and muscles. Having adequate nutrition can
prevent major health problems later in life, so it is important to begin a healthy regimen now. Here is a
breakdown of these types of vitamins and what food sources they can be found in.
1). Vitamin B
Vitamin B is great for maintaining healthy skin and muscles. This is especially important for men in their
20s who may be working out heavily. In addition, it also raises metabolism, helping to maintain a
healthier weight. Turkey, tuna, bananas, nuts and potatoes are all healthy foods that contain a good
amount of Vitamin B.
2). Vitamin C
Vitamin C is well known for being an immune system booster. The Recommended Dietary Allowance, or
RDA, is 90 milligrams per day for an average adult male in Vitamin C. Most fruits and vegetables have a
good daily dose of Vitamin C.
3). Vitamin D
Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin D is also a good source of calcium. Men in
their 20s need this essential vitamin while they are young to prevent osteoporosis and bone loss later in
life. Salmon and milk are excellent sources of Vitamin D.
Omega-3s are a great vitamin for improving focus, mood and fatigue. Omega 3's are often suggested for
those suffering from mild depression or a lack of concentration. It also lowers the risk of blood clots,
cancer and cardiovascular disease. Salmon, shrimp and cauliflower are all excellent choices of Omega-3.
Many men’s health magazines advocate for a proper Male Extra Pill that contains Omega 3. This is
important to remember.
Magnesium is important to promote normal blood sugar and blood pressure, as well as a high
metabolism. Most magnesium deposits are found in bones, so it also promotes a strong body. Fruits and
vegetables have high amounts of magnesium.
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