Tips for the women turning 30 ages

More beautiful than ever after your thirties, Tips for the women turning 30 ages

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The 30-year threshold for most women is one of the most difficult mind games to overcome. This age is a critical milestone because for most of us we now have aging metabolisms along with extreme stressors such as balancing work, a family and fun. This balance is extraordinarily difficult to achieve. How many women do not see on a mountain by their 30th birthday? Just because you are now 30 and still overweight does not mean you should just give up on weight loss.

Our metabolism slows down and the needle of the scale creeps up slowly. While one person simply deals with it, others find it irritating and try to fight back. We should never just accept being overweight, but should always fight for the bodies we want! No matter how “damaged” you think your body is, never give up! The fighter group is for whom this article is intended. Do not, however, look to celebrities who are over 30 years old for motivation because many times they have millions of dollars to spend on personal trainers, personal chefs and hours to spend in the gym while others care for their children. Most of us do not have this lifestyle (nor would we want someone else to care for our children, right?). But you can still be radiant and alluring after 30 with a bit of hard work and dedication. These are the prime years of your life, so you may as well act like it. Let’s not waste any time and get started with these tips!

– Sign up at the gym and train regularly (preferably three to four times per week). Combine aerobics and fitness (elliptical, bike, and treadmill) with strength. Women over the age of 30 especially need to focus on building lean muscle mass because in general it is slow in building, and more muscle will help burn fat quicker. As you lose weight, remember to lower your calorie intake slightly as well; the smaller you are, the less calories you need to function. So as you lose weight, do not let yourself think you can eat the same amount of calories and continue to lose weight; you won’t. If you do not want to lower your calorie intake you will need to make up for it with more exercise and let’s face it, who has the time? Not us. Endurance training is also important and should be incorporated each week into your regiment. This helps burn calories and fat even when your body is at rest.

– Drink plenty of water. If you do not drink enough water you slow down your metabolism. If you drink a lot of water, at least ten glasses a day, then your body is better able to drain waste and your metabolism remains at a higher level. Avoid drinks with sugar, caffeine, carbonation and alcohol.

– Eat healthily, regularly and not too much. You are better off to eat five or six times a day instead of three large meals because it helps you feel fuller longer and your blood sugar levels do not spike nearly as much. By only eating two or three times a day you go too long in between meals and put your body in standby mode where fat is being stored, especially in the abdomen. Regularly eating (every two or three hours) gives your body the energy it needs for sustained metabolism.

– A recommendation for your skin. This might sound weird, but if you want to keep your skin beautiful then it is better to avoid eating many carbohydrates, especially simple and refined carbs, at night. When your blood sugar spikes late at night it can wreak havoc on your skin’s cells and reduce proper regeneration and cell turnover. Once you go to sleep your body stops burning calories as efficiently as when you are awake and moving around, halting your weight loss attempts as well. It is thought that insulin has an aging effect on your skin as well, so the quicker you get rid of it (during the day moving around when digestion is more efficient), the less potential skin cell damage.

– Give preference to low-fat milk and low-fat cheeses. Milk and cheese are an important source of calcium, especially after the 30th birthday, because it is important that you get enough calcium per day to avoid osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

– Integrate into your diet supplements containing vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Modern foods are getting poorer in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. By taking supplements you are ensuring a proper balance of vitamins and minerals.

– Do not overdo it with alcohol. Avoid beer completely if possible. We know, beer is good, but beer is full of calories.

– If you smoke, it is a good idea to stop, and as quickly as possible. Smoking yellows your teeth and eyes, makes your skin wrinkle quicker and ruins your breath. As far as your lungs, I’m sure we don’t need to tell you about the damage you are causing yourself and those around you.

In Conclusion…
This is it. Just a few simple rules of thumb that will help you stay healthy and beautiful. And do not be influenced by friends who, out of laziness or for any reason whatsoever, dissuade you from what you can be. You will still be radiant and beautiful after 30 even if they are not. Let that be your motivation.

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