inconclusive, ambiguous, not enough research to deduct scientific facts from their research. Crap like this shouldn't be on the news or published through any media form. I call Bullcrap.
Woman that age already have a lifetime of other factors that will play a role in their health. a 2-3% difference isn't enough to be publishing crap about supplements that CAN be beneficial to people. Obviously yes; they should be obtained through natural food sources which are easily assimilated. Synthetic vitamins will never take the place of a healthy diet. My BSM has iron an many other vitamins in it, i'll be damned if i'll stop taking it. I'm aware it's not a vitamin supplement. The point is, they shouldn't be allowed to publish stuff like this without strong empirical evidence to back up their theories.
And I do take two supplements, one is an anti fungal. one I won't even mention cause I don't feel like hearing any sh*t about it. My kinesiologist muscle tested me for them though an I trust him. I'm actually seeing changes through his help and methods.