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Customize Your Diet Types by Age

Posted by Rifki Hakim Monday, 7 October 2013

For those of you who find it difficult to lose weight, it could be due to the type of diet you are running is wrong. In fact, as we age, the body's metabolism slows down. This resulted in many stubborn fat became more difficult to remove.

Additionally, as we age, many who suffer from arthritis and had difficulty breathing. This makes it becomes increasingly difficult to exercise and lose weight.

Not only that, please note that the body's nutritional needs changes when you reach the age of 40's and 50's. That is one reason why you should change your diet type.

Therefore, check out some tips in determining the type of age-appropriate diet so the weight loss process can run smoothly.

  1. You need to think about what foods you want to consume each day and how much for it. Slower metabolism will affect the body's ability to burn calories. For that, consider it carefully before consuming unhealthy foods such as snacks and desserts.
  2. Your exercise routine should also be changed, by adding flexible movements that will help strengthen joints and muscles are growing older. Sports such as yoga and Pilates can be an option for being able to build muscle without risk of injury. Not only that, exercise intensity must also be improved, so that you will get better results.
  3. Your body needs nutrients better as we get older to support the muscles, circulatory system, joints and so on. Therefore, multiply the consumption of food or beverages that are rich in calcium for healthy bones and joints, as well as protein to repair your muscles so that they can support the body properly, especially when exercising.
  4. You also need to consider to calculate or record the calories per day. This will help you limit your intake of excess calories that often come from little things you do, like adding sugar to drinks or eating fried as a snack.


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