Yeah! I haven't been doing very many new posts in this forum, but I still may respond to topics that I get email notifications to. Also, I do take many supplements and have experienced some benefits. The one vitamin that has made the most noticeable difference to me is D3. I've been living in Washington state for the last 5 years and even when I do get out the sun is not shining that much. I've been taking 5000 IU every day and my memory has greatly improved. Anyway my next project is to cut down on my daily caloric intake without decreasing the nutrients I need. As you get older the health issues that need to be managed seems to increase. Many of the health issues I have are probably because in my late teens the twenties and into the thirties I abused my body by being a party animal and eating a lot of the wrong kinds of food while not getting the daily exercise I needed. It does catch up with you sooner or later. In any event I've been doing quite a bit of research on supplements and am trying to stay current on the latest information I can get about there use. Just like it's never to late to quit smoking, improving your personal lifestyle will increase the quality and length of life you have left. At least that's what I believe.