6 Nutritional Deficiencies Women Should Watch for in Their 40s

Later in age, calcium is crucial for sustaining bone health and muscular contraction.


The health of the immune system, muscle and nerve function, and calcium absorption are all influenced by vitamin D.

Vitamin D

Ninety micrograms of vitamin K per day is recommended for women.

Vitamin K

Natural dietary sources of folate, not supplements, support the preservation of brain function as we age.


Excessive salt intake is bad for your bones and heart (see out the soaring blood pressure).


They are in charge of the metabolism of macronutrients such as lipids, proteins, and carbs.

Vitamin B6

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