It is important that we know the foods we should eat and the ones we shouldn’t as we get to age 30 because continuous eating of the wrong food might lead to messy side effects like early aging, sagging skin, obesity and serious diseases like cancer, heart disease even stroke. Some of the foods we shouldn’t eat and the reasons are stated below;
Coffee creamer contain titanium dioxide, an ultraviolet radiation blocker that doubles as a whitening agent. Besides lurking in many conventional creamers, it’s also found in seemingly ‘healthy’ bottles like So Delicious’ coconut milk-based varieties. The additive has been proven to cause liver and tissue damage in mice, and may also have health implications in humans.
Coffee creamer is also typically packed with trans fats, often hiding under its lesser-known name: hydrogenated oil.
Canned soup are laced with BPA, a chemical that’s been linked to cancer, infertility, and weight gain. A study published in 2013 found a connection between high blood pressure and skin aging. Compared to their older-looking counterparts, female study participants with fewer wrinkles also had lower blood pressure. Although the connection between the two issues remains unclear, there’s no harm in cutting back on sodium, a mineral that’s known to raise blood pressure. Not sure how to start scaling back? Head to your pantry and take a hard look at your shelf-stable soups. U.S. guidelines call for less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, but many popular cans carry 40 percent of the day’s recommended salt intake in just one serving.
Margarine are often made with partially-hydrogenated oils, one of the most common trans-fats. This type of fat is linked to heart disease as well as quick aging of the skin which makes the skin more vulnerable to ultraviolet radiation.
When the skin gets damaged by the sun, it breaks down the skin’s elastin and collagen. When you’re over 30, eating margarine can cause chronic inflammation, which may also accelerate wrinkle formation.
When you’re over 30, soft drinks that contain cola including top brands in the business are not good for you. These drinks are laced with potentially cancer-causing dyes and are the primary source of added sugar in the American diet. And not only does sugar negatively impact ovulation, but it’s also been linked to poorer sperm motility which makes more difficult for you tohave a baby.
Oreos are filled with empty calories and waist-expanding fat.
“When we’re younger, eating healthier seemed pointless when you could just go to the gym 24/7 to lose weight,”
says registered dietitian and founder of The NY Nutrition Group Lisa Moskovitz.
“Unfortunately, as the body ages, exercise still has plenty of positive benefits, but weight loss is often not one of them.”
When it comes to burning fats, staying away from snacks like Oreos is very important especially when you’re over 30