This question has an implicit claim in it: that taking antioxidants is effective in the first place. As that is very much in doubt now from the start, it explains very well why there is no consensus over when to take them. Especially if all these substances are all lumped into that one basket called "antioxidants".
Our Cochrane review from 2008 ...
When looking at another person, or indeed even animals, there are features that tell our brains that they exhibit signs of "youth."
Larger, rounder head in proportion to rest of body
Larger eyes in proportion to rest of head
Smaller nose in proportion to rest of face
Smaller mouth in proportion to rest of face
Rounder, softer cheeks and other body areas ("...
I have not been able to find anything to back the hypothesis that there can be a development disorder which will slow body development, but retain mental development rates. However I have seen a slightly different disorder in journals.
Slow body development also with slow mental development
This was reported by Andy Coghlan (2009) which covered the issue ...
There is no data to suggest that is the case.
The placebo controlled safety study https://www.nature.com/articles/s41514-017-0016-9 found no differences in musculoskeletal adverse side effects between active and control groups.
Nutrition and physical activity directly influence the telomerase activity. Telomerase is the enzyme responsible for telomere synthesis by attaching nucleotides to the chromosome ends.
Healthy diet consisting dietary fiber and unsaturated lipids promote telomere length, whereas refined sugars and saturated lipids causes telomere weakening. Diet rich in ...
Well, this is a big question to tackle considering there are so many different strategies that people take. I'll address the question of maintaining 'optimal health to old age' according to the biopsychosocial model of health.
1. Biology - One of the best habits to develop from an early age is to have a healthy diet and exercise regularly. A healthy diet ...