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.

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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