Over 50? Here Are The Diet Changes You Should Make

Maximize Healthy Fats

Healthy and unhealthy fats are well-known. Olive oil is healthy fat. This oil contains monounsaturated fats. 

Minimize Salty Foods

 Excess sodium intake increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease. 

Minimize  Dairy Foods 

There's contradictory information about butter, high-fat cheese, and other dairy products. High-calorie and high-fat meals should be eaten only seldom.

Minimize  Fad Diets

You've tried fad diets for 50 years. You know they failed because you continued trying. Next diet may have a new food list, but it's still ineffective.

Minimize Canned Foods

Canned food has other ingredients than veggies. Canned veggies are salty because salt preserves them.

Maximize Lean Proteins 

Protein is important for health and well-being. To reduce saturated fat, eat more lean protein.

Minimize Frozen Foods

 frozen foods are heavy in salt, sugar, bad fats, and carbohydrates. "Healthy" frozen meals include too much salt, fat, sugar, and carbohydrates.

Minimize Baked Goods 

Baked products are a concern for us as over-50s who wish to be healthy. Baked products include fat, sugar, and carbohydrates. 

Maximize Fresh Veggies 

Fresh vegetables are your healthiest friends. They're nutrient-dense, calorie-friendly foods you can eat freely. 

Maximize Nuts and Seeds 

Nuts aid weight reduction and abdominal fat loss. Lower belly fat reduces heart and diabetes risk. 30g of nuts everyday is advised.

Beautiful Short Hairstyles for Black Women

Click Here