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How To Age- Proof Your Diet

| 13 January 2010
Our health is the most vital aspect in order to achieve a happy life. Admit it, we tend to lower the possibilities to be happy if we felt something painful in our body. Besides, our body needs more than a sugar rush to feel fine. With that, it is also our responsibility to take care of our physical bodies despite the fact that we age up year by year.

In this post, we will learn how to age- proof our diet with the 30s, 40s, and 50s.

The 30s

Since this is the age group wherein people work really hard and are very busy, there is a need to store up enough energy. The right foods to support the natural metabolism slowdown upon getting older is also a must.
According to Health Magazine: "An active woman in her 30s of average height who weighs about 140 lbs. should eat for about 2,200 calories per day". With respect to the meal plan, our diet must include scrambled egg whites with spinach and tomatoes, and whole wheat toast for breakfast. For lunch, there is a need to munch veggie pizza with half the cheese, and mixed-greens salad. It is also recommended to eat sirloin steak stir-fry or grilled salmon and steamed asparagus during dinner.

The 40s

Since this age group is having risk of heart diseases, it is relevant to eat the right foods. Stressful days are also common, hence it is recommended to store up 1,900 calories per day diet. For the meal plan, it is good to eat oatmeal with blueberries, slivered salmons, and cinnamon during breakfast. For lunch, you might try turkey-avocado-tomato sandwich on whole grain bread and grilled tuna, whole wheat pasta, and spinach during dinner. According to the Health Magazine: "There is a correlation between heart disease and people who do not eat leafy green vegetables".

The 50s and up

There is a need to eat the right foods when getting old as within the 50s and beyond. The truth is that women can loss as much as 30 percent of bone mass in the 10 years following menopause. Hence, your diet must include low-fat yogurt with sliced bananas during breakfast. For lunch, light Caesar salad and grilled shrimp is recommended. Lastly, grilled chicken breast, kidney beans, and fresh herbs are best for dinner.


{ beanizer_05 } at: January 13, 2010 at 6:10 AM said...

oh..u remind me of my only fear--growing old..huhuhuhu

{ Karl Lopez } at: January 13, 2010 at 8:31 PM said...

im afraid of growing old too, the next thing to happen is to leave this crazy yet fun-filled world......


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