1- Calcium, which is necessary for the prevention of bone problems, as the risk of osteoporosis begins after the age of fifty in men, which requires obtaining daily additional amounts of calcium.
2- Vitamin D, which helps absorb calcium and maintains healthy muscles and bones. Studies have also confirmed that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of colon cancer, and men with low levels of vitamin D were more than twice as likely to have a heart attack.
3- Folic acid, which is one of the important B vitamins, and folic acid may help protect men and women from heart disease because it prevents the accumulation of homocysteine, which is necessary for building protein.
4- Vitamin B12, which is necessary for creating red blood cells and DNA, in addition to its function in maintaining nerve health for men.