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7 rules of nutrition after 40 years, which will prolong youth

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Add probiotics to your diet

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Probiotics help to decrease inflammatory problems in the body. Inflammation sometimes happens in the intestines, which is burdensome and challenging to your well-being. Swelling in the intestines is detrimental to the body and skin and increases its aging process.

A study by Liz Earle showed that lactoferrin, a lactic acid bacterium normally contained in natural yogurt, boosts intestinal microflora. This, in turn, helps to improve the skin condition. Adding probiotic friendly foods to your diet is a massive step to slowing down the aging process of your body.



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Choose a healthier diet 

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You can start a healthier diet by cutting down on your red meat intake and replacing it with white (poultry) meat and fish. It is healthier to use Olive oil instead of the usual vegetable oil. 

Dr. Muir Gray, author of “Middle Age: Looking Better, Living Longer, and Feeling Better.” In his book advises that for healthier and wholesome well-being, you should reduce your carbohydrate intake. He also recommends eating vegetables and fruits with a high concentration of polyphenols and frequently eating almonds, sunflower seeds, legumes, and lentils. Adding Tumeric to your diet makes it healthier. Turmeric helps prevent arthritis and depression.

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