Eating After 30

Proper nutrition is currently the only way to maintain your health, your appearance and increase your life expectancy. So why not eat those foods that will help us stay young for as long as possible and provide the nutrients that are necessary at a particular age? Today we will talk about proper nutrition according to a certain age, namely the nutrition of people over 30.

Age 29-36 years old

Doctors have dubbed this age the “era of careerists”.

For many people, this period is characterized by a serious strain on the nervous system, not only because of the focus on career but also because of the so-called “crisis of thirty”: despite all the external success, a certain emptiness appears inside, a feeling that youth is passing away.

Australian nutritionists recommend consuming “anti-stress” foods during this period: cocoa, cocoa nibs, mint drinks, dark chocolate, etc.

An excellent start to the day (and not only in this period of life but in general for everyone who adheres to proper nutrition): a dense protein and vitamin breakfast (meat or fish with vegetable salad, cottage cheese with pieces of fruit or dried fruit, an omelet made from several eggs).

For lunch, soup is always recommended at this age; for dinner, you can eat a piece of fish or boiled meat with a salad or stewed vegetables, or unpolished rice. No pasta or potatoes!

Have a light and unpretentious dinner: ryazhenka, low-fat kefir, and homemade yogurt.

You can have snacks, but make them healthy and regular.

If you don’t want the first visual signs of aging to start appearing at this age, you will be sure to get used to drinking plenty of water.

It is also very important that your diet is rich in the following foods that contain antioxidants: green tea, soybeans, viburnum and cranberries, blackberries, kiwi, red grapes and paprika, carrots, turkey meat, salmon, buckwheat and rice, white tea. If you regularly consume these foods in your diet, you can delay the signs of aging by 5 years.

Age 37-46 years old

“Indian summer” is the name doctors give to this period. While many men have already reached the peak of sexuality at this age, women are just beginning to experience it. However, in addition to hormonal changes, age-related changes begin to occur in the body, chondroitin, arthritis, changes in the joints, and the thyroid gland no longer working as it should.

That’s why it’s so important for women to include iodine-containing foods (fish, seaweed, walnuts) in their diet and limit table salt. It’s great to organize one day a week to be completely vegetarian, and two or three more times a week to have a “fish day”.

During this period, men in their proper diet should give up excess salt and animal fats. It is this period for men that is the period of a large number of strokes and heart attacks due to excess cholesterol in the blood. “Killers” of men: fried potatoes and barbecue, as well as beer and vodka.

Nutrition and age are directly related to each other. Over time, each person’s body undergoes significant changes, so nutrition and age must change at the same time.

As you can see, proper nutrition for any age is not a complicated process, but it does require certain restrictions. Follow these simple rules, and then proper nutrition will help you maintain a good mood, beauty, and youth for a long time!

Stay healthy!

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Written by Bella Adams

I'm a professionally-trained, executive chef with over ten years in Restaurant Culinary and hospitality management. Experienced in specialized diets, including Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw foods, whole food, plant-based, allergy-friendly, farm-to-table, and more. Outside of the kitchen, I write about lifestyle factors that impact well-being.

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