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Elderly people are particularly exposed to shortages of many vitamins and minerals. Firstly, their diet is often not optimal and not adjusted to their needs, and secondly, due to age, functioning of the body is different compared to the representatives of a younger people. It is therefore necessary to focus on the right supplementation. Particular attention should be paid to the B vitamins which improve metabolism, folic acid that has the protective functions, biotin, which reduces muscle pain and imperfections of skin, vitamin C, E, selenium and zinc as immunostimulatory supplements, which increase the body's immunity. Often, because of the minimal exposure of elderly people to the sun, the increased dose of vitamin D is added.

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