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When you reach your 30's, your metabolism becomes less robust than it was in your 20's. Much can be accomplished just by making a few dietary changes. When the 30's knock on your door, there are a few things you should avoid.
1. White bread.
Refined carbohydrates are broken down by the body into sugar and glucose, which can cause wrinkles by breaking down collagen and proteins.
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Instead of white bread, use whole grains to help control your blood sugar levels and maintain your weight.
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Biscuits are high in empty calories and are designed to make you gain weight. While you may be able to handle such foods quickly in your 20s, it may be more difficult in your 30s, especially because you will need to exercise more to lose the same amount of weight.
3. Aerated Beverages.
Coke drinking on a regular basis for example causes frequent fractures. Phosphoric acid in aerated drinks depletes calcium levels and bone mass. The use of phosphorus in aerated drinks hastens the aging process. It causes tooth decay and obstructs the absorption of numerous nutrients.
4. Avoid Excess alcohol.
Drinking too much alcohol dehydrates your body, causes constipation, and dries up your skin. The liver can be harmed by long-term alcohol intake. Because women's bodies absorb more alcohol over longer periods of time than men's, they are more likely to develop alcoholic liver disease.
5. Avoid Margarine.
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Trans fat is the culprit in margarine, as it dehydrates the body. The less moisturized your skin is, the faster wrinkles appear. Trans fat is also a major contributor to coronary heart disease. You don't have a heart attack in your 40s; it's the fat buildup from your terrible lifestyle over the previous decades that causes it.
6. Artificial Sweeteners.
Artificial sweeteners can slow down your metabolism. Artificial sweeteners cause hormonal imbalances in women, causing their menstrual cycles to be disrupted.
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Ensure you Make a reasonable target for yourself, by eliminating artificial sweeteners, and keep a daily sugar intake of 2 teaspoons (40 calories).
7. Excess caffeine.
Women who consume large amounts of coffee are more prone to develop urinary incontinence. According to a research from the University of Nevada School of Medicine in the United States, caffeine can reduce a woman's chances of becoming pregnant by up to 27%.
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