The age of 50 is widely regarded as old age as the body starts to deteriorate when you clock this age. Organs that starts to reduce effectiveness is the eye, the brain and even the skin starts to wrinkle.
Though this stage cannot be reversed or stopped, it can be amended and maintain. The only way you can do that is through the diet a person eats.
The only problem is that many people don't know the right foods to eat and the ones to avoid. So in this article, I am going to be focusing my write up to foods you should reduce intake of.
1. White Rice and Bread
These two foods are high in calories and really low in nutrients. This is because most of its nutrients are lost during production, storage and package.
People who eat this type of food in excess during old age have higher chances of suffering from obesity which could lead to high blood pressure and obesity as well.
It is better you consume foods like brown rice or even oat meal as they are more filled with necessary nutrients needed for proper development of different organs of body and boosting of the immune system.
2. Junk Foods
Junk Foods have been regarded by many researches as dangerous to the health of people in every age when taken in excess.
They are mostly high in sugar, calories and fats which increases a person's chances of suffering from diabetes or even high blood pressure which is a chronic Disease for aged individuals.
3. Fatty meats
Fatty meats are known for their high levels of saturated fats which have linked them to higher risk of heart diseases or obesity.
It is best you eat meats like chicken meat, turkey meat or even fish. But be careful with the way you prepare it because it could be dangerous as well.
Alcohol has numerous disadvantages to the body when taken in excess. Most Alcoholic drinks are high in calories which Increases your chances of suffering obesity.
It has also been linked to several liver related diseases which is caused as a result of excessive drinking of alcohol. It is best you don't take Alcohol, if you must, take very little.
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