Anti-Aging Dietary Supplements: Fact vs. Marketing Fiction

Some experts predict we may have supplements that target the root causes of aging someday—but we are not there yet.

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Our quest for the fountain of youth is a big business. It has been estimated that the anti-aging products market in the U.S. was over $14 billion in 2020, and it’s projected to be worth over $83 billion by 2027. These products include supposedly anti-aging herbs, vitamins, and other dietary supplements. The anti-aging claims made […]
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