Centrum Silver Men 50 Plus Review – In For Some Cancer?

In this Centrum Silver Men 50 Plus Review, we take a truly in-depth look at the supplement.

We take a look at all of the vitamins and minerals, their forms and that, how effective they are. We also examine their amounts and that if they’re sufficient to actually improve health.

And after that, we also look at the additives, which most other reviews neglect, yet they do matter greatly.

Ultimately, I’m extremely confident that there are none another review that’s as comprehensive on this particular supplement as this one.

So, let’s dive right in.

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10 Replies to “Centrum Silver Men 50 Plus Review – In For Some Cancer?”

  1. Wow, I’m 64 and I’ve been taking this for years. I think it’s past time for a change. What would you recommend for a man my age? Is the same true for the women? What would you recommend for them? My wife and I both take supplements. I’ll be checking back here for sure.

    1. Hey, Don!

      I’m really sorry I couldn’t get back to you sooner. There has been a lot on my plate lately.

      I do believe that it is never too late for a change. Our bodies have an incredible ability of self healing once we provide it with the nutrients (vitamins, minerals & trace elements) and substances (typically at least Inositol) needed.

      I would definitely recommend either Multithera 1 Capsule Formula (Plus Vitamin K) or Nature’s Way Alive! Max6 Daily (No addded Iron) both for you and your lady!
      Any other option that will appear in the section “Approved and Recommended” in the future also will be a very good choice.

      A thing to note, just so that you know. There is really no difference between the nutrients and substances needed for men and women daily. They are all the same. The only slight difference may be that scientifically (from what I’ve heard) women actually need slightly less of the same that men does (in terms of the amounts). But for them taking the same supplements as men won’t hurt in any way and might even be slightly more beneficial. However, don’t get me wrong – more is not always better.

      Not rarely you’ll see supplements labeled as either for men or women. But the only actual difference will be in regards to what I relate as the “Other Beneficial Substances”. For example, a typical supplement for men will include Lycopene as one of the Other Beneficial Substances. The women equivalent of the supplement won’t have that. But this is and could be even considered paradoxical as Lycopene is also very beneficial to women.

      Also all women supplements typically include Iron in them, which is okay for menstruating women, but not okay for women after menopause. Furthermore, additional Iron in supplements should only be taken by menstruating women, because for everyone else taking additional Iron can turn out to be toxic (I will be publishing an article on this in few weeks of time).

      Have a Great Day, Don!

  2. As I get older, I care more and more about my health. Without good health, you cannot enjoy life. These vitamins looked like a great option for me, but I am now reconsidering my options because of your review.

    I have a question though. If you do not recommend this, then what would you encourage to get? Thank you in advance and I hope you have a wonderful day.

    1. Hey, Alex!

      Multithera 1 Capsule Formula (Plus Vitamin K) is the option I recommend for everyone. It’s definitely one of the best options out there.

      For now it is the only multivitamin that can be found in the section “Approved & Recommended” in the main menu above. But this will change and there will be more multivitamin supplements evaluated and recognised as the best to intake. Cause they are rare but still out there.

      At any given time just refer to any of the multivitamin supplements that will be listed in the section “Approved & Recommended”. Only the best multivitamin supplements that are capable of actually improving overall health and brain performance will be listed there. 🙂

      I too wish you a wonderful day! And Merry Christmas!

  3. Woah! I was about to buy this for my father! I’m glad you made this post! It was quite informative I had to skim through a bunch of it though as I’m a bit pressed for time today I’ll have to revisit later to get more information on each component! I also like ken’s comment above however I think he does have a great point there too.

    1. Hey, Al!

      I’m really glad you found it helpful!

      And yes, I do also believe Ken has a great point. To answer his questions, earlier I did post a response. Be sure to check it out!

      And if you ever need anything, just let me know. I’ll be more than happy to help you out!

      Have a great one!

  4. Interesting article. You have provided a lot of great information here. There is a lot to think about and consider when buying vitamins.

    1. Hey, LaVerne!

      I do hope that this article was helpful to you! And yes, there really is quite a lot to consider, when buying vitamins.

      And thank you for the kind words, I really appreciate that. 🙂

      Have a great day, LaVerne!

  5. Interesting information. I would recommend that you put in a section on why we should listen to you. What is your expertise? Why should we believe you over the MD’s that help formulate the product? Do you have any case study to back up your claims? These are just some thoughts that I have when I read any review of a product.
    Best to you . . .

    1. Hey, Ken!

      These are some very good and point on questions. 🙂

      All of my expertise is purely passion driven. I don’t have an MD to splurge with, that’s true. But there is and will be no review you’ll ever have to take my word for.

      What I mean is, this is the reason why I provide references so extensively. Literally, every claim or statement that I make is either backed up by science in various case studies, or asserted and affirmed by people who have MDs in the field, or provided by trustable as well as most of the time authority websites of the field. I also tend to provide numerous sources for the same claim or statement to ensure not just for you guys, but also for myself that the information that I give is correct.

      At all times you have the opportunity to check any of the references simply by clicking on the number in the squared brackets either at the end of a sentence or a paragraph. Or you can also see the full reference list at the end of the article.

      I do appreciate your input, Ken! If you have anything else on your mind, just let me know and I’ll be more than delighted to help you out!

      Have a great day!

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