The Best Diet For Your Age Group

As we age, our bodies change and so do our nutritional needs. So maintaining an age-related diet becomes very important to keep yourself as healthy and vibrant as possible no matter how old you are.

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In your 20’s: 00:52
In your 30’s: 01:50
In your 40’s: 02:45
In your 50’s: 03:55
In your 60’s: 04:59
In your 70’s: 05:50


In your 20’s: You should develop habits like eating lots of calcium for bone strength, protein to keep you going and growing, cutting down on sugar and processed foods, eating clean and cooking your own healthy food at home. Always try and eat food in controlled portions, drink alcohol responsibly and drink lots of water. If you eat plenty of plant foods, go easy on the junk and stay active, this would bear great results for you when reach your thirties.

In your 30’s: You can take superfoods like coconut oil, wild salmon, turmeric and blueberries to yield peak performance benefits as they are rich in polyphenols, which are powerful brain protective antioxidants. You can also include lots of B vitamins in the form of legumes, lean meats, poultry, nutritional yeast, nuts and dairy in your diet. This can help you keep energised, cope well under pressure, sleepless nights and even a low mood.

In your 40’s: Perhaps the most challenging aspect of getting older from a food perspective is that once you reach late 30s, your metabolism becomes much slower, which simply means that you cannot eat as much as you used to without gaining weight. You should focus on eating a high protein diet including low-fat dairy, lean meat, fish, beans and eggs. These not only offer higher amounts of key nutrients such as iron, zinc and calcium, but they also appear to help with weight control.

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