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7 Foods That Must Be Avoided After the Age of 30

The human body still has many mysteries to doctors and scientists. But we know for sure that with age, our metabolism becomes slower and the processes of assimilation of individual products can change. Flour products from white flour, sugar, or salt are far from the first place in the food basket of a healthy person. 

Can you really completely abandon certain products? Hardly but it is advised to reduce the frequency of their appearance in your daily diet. In this article, we will look at what is better to get rid of:

1. Caffeine

In addition to sugar and syrups which we like to add to our latte or which already exist in Coca-Cola, caffeine has the greatest impact on our sleep quality. As a result, frequent consumption of caffeinated drinks is fraught with swelling, extra pounds, and the inability of the body to rest normally.

2. Alcohol

There are a lot of calories in alcohol. When your thirty-year-old body is not able to burn them, these calories will turn into a beer belly. Alcohol also provokes jumps in insulin levels and it does not allow the body to relax (even if it seems to you that you had a good sleep after a party). But in the morning you will notice that you have gained weight and the desire to overeat with carbohydrates will be almost unbearable.

3. Semi-Finished and Canned Products

Whatever was written on the packaging, it is better not to believe the composition of semi-finished products and canned food. In such products, there are always flavors that provoke appetite. These products succumbed to heat treatment earlier and then they were frozen, therefore there are no nutrients at all when you heat them again. 

They can “clog” the stomach for a while but this will not bring benefits to the body. Processed foods contain a large amount of salt, nitrates and saturated fats which should not be eaten if you care about the health of your cardiovascular system.

4. Soybean

Whole, cooked and organic soybeans should actually be healthy, but soybean oil and various soybean extracts in the form of powders and mixtures are found in most purchased products. Soy can cause memory problems and even bring you to the fibroid treatment center. Soy foods cause headaches in some people. There are no confirmed reports either in support or against this product but it is better to limit its amount in the diet.

5. Trans Fats

Margarine is not the best solution when you are over the age of 30. Specifically processed vegetable oils in margarine are harmful to heart health and can cause chronic diseases. The frequent appearance of margarine in the diet is fraught with a malfunction of the hormonal balance (in both women and men), a violation of brain activity and memory. Instead of margarine, choose a little butter instead.

6. White Flour

White flour does not contain anything useful. The human body turns white flour into glucose, which turns in the form of fat in our body. In addition, white flour is completely purified from all useful wheat (including fiber). Whole grain bread is less harmful as it takes longer to digest and saturates better. It may not taste as good but you will get used to it.

7. Diet Drinks

Scientists continue to argue that diet drinks are extremely unhealthy. According to nutritionists such drinks cause our body to experience terrible stress as when we consume such a drink, our brain perceives it as sweet and then it produces insulin to metabolize sugar, which is actually not there.

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