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Aging
"Aging can not only deplete stores of glutathione, but also inhibit our ability to produce it. Low glutathione levels have been linked to every major aging process in the human body, so fight back with supplementation," says wellness expert Dr. Frank Lipman. "It’s also thought to play an important role in reducing free radicals, clearing heavy metals and supporting immune function."
Acne
Vitamin A promotes cellular turnover which unclogs pores, while zinc prevents acne scarring and herbal burdock root rids the body of blemish-causing toxins.
Hair and Nail Growth
"B-Complex Vitamins like biotin, niacin and cobalamin help restore shine and thickness to strands and address common issues with nails," says Dr. Lipman. "Load up on whole grains, eggs, avocados and legumes, too, as they are some of the best food sources for B-complex vitamins."

Metaboilism
"Natural weight loss is often the result of supplementing with components that the body needs. Probiotics can help reduce bloating, relieve constipation and balance the gut so the body can metabolize and function efficiently, which will often lead to excess weight being lost," says Dr. Lipman.
Well-Being
In addition to boosting your mood and assisting in hair follicle growth, Dr. Lipman says that vitamin D also "supports healthy bones, fights inflammation, enhances muscle strength, supports healthy insulin function, bolsters the immune system and promotes cancer-fighting activity in the body."
Well-Being
Another all-star supplement is fish oil. According to Dr. Lipman, it "promotes a stronger immune system, better cardiovascular health, healthier joints, improved vision, a more robust metabolism and healthy weight management. It's also been shown to improve skin, hair, and nails, as well as cognitive functions like your thinking power, attention, mood and memory."