There's a growing awareness that we don't get enough nutrients from our food and that it's necessary to supplement, and I agree with this position. However, I believe that there are some foundational supplements that everyone should be taking; I believe some supplements may do more harm than good; and I think some supplements need to be individually applied, because they can exacerbate a problem in one person while addressing a different situation in someone else.
There are thousands of specialty supplements, and some may be useful for specific health concerns. But again, addressing the needs of the general population, this is what I recommend everyone take:
The above recommendations, along with good lifestyles choices including diet, can make a real difference in most people's lives. However, if you're really struggling with your health or are ready to invest in your optimal health, you may wish to have your protocol personalized through a hair mineral analysis. And of course I will point you to my wife's practice, in case she's taking clients at the time you read this. In my biased option, she's a rather exceptional person to work with: Hair Mineral Analysis