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What To Consume Less Frequently When You Clock 40

Food plays a crucial role in our lives. Consuming is both a way to sustain ourselves and a vital part of our culture. But as you begin to grow old, your consuming habits may change. Perhaps you are restricted to a certain diet after developing an allergy or other health condition. And over time changes in life may make it more challenging to shop for and make regular meals. But there’s one thing that will never change: the benefit of healthy eating. You may already know foods you should eat at old age, but are you aware of the foods you should avoid?


Some of the foods you avoid consuming once you clock 40 years of age include; 

1. Fried foods 

When you fry your food in hot oils, they release molecules known as free radicals that cause damage to your skin and make it lose elasticity more fastly. Also, the high content of salt can cause dehydration and accelerate wrinkle formation.

Source: https://discovertapestry.com/foods-that-speed-up-aging-and-what-to-eat-instead/#:~:text=It's%20probably%20no%20surprise%20that,accelerate%20the%20formation%20of%20wrinkles.

2. Too much consumption of alcohol

Excess alcohol intake by adults can cause balance problems and falls, which can lead to hip or arm fractures and other injuries. Older people have thinner bones than younger people, so their bones easily break. Studies have discovered that the rate of hip fractures in older adults rises with alcohol intake.

3. Salt

Research conducted on adults aged 71 to 80 discovered that daily intake of 2,300 milligrams of salt didn't increase deaths, heart disease, stroke, or heart failure over 10 years.

However, salt consumption above 2,300 my which is higher than heart experts currently recommend might make your risk for early death and other ailments increase.

Source: https://www.webmd.com/heart/news/20150119/a-bit-more-salt-each-day-may-not-harm-older-adults

4. Cigarette

Smoking affects the eye as it can cause vision loss and blindness, including cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Smokers are at a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes than nonsmokers, and smoking makes it difficult to regulate diabetes once you begin to suffer it.

5. Sugar

Sugar causes harm to your skin through a natural process known as glycation. The sugar in your bloodstream attaches to proteins and makes harmful free radicals known as advanced glycation end products (AGEs). As AGEs accumulate (the more sugar you consume, the more they develop), they damage the proteins around them.

Source: https://eminenceorganics.com/us/blog/2016/01/14/5-signs-sugar-aging-your-face

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