In your 20’s
In your 20’s dairy products must be a vital part of your diet. Dairy products are required for the development of your bones. Lack of dairy products in your diet will result in brittle bones.
In your 30’s
The 30’s are all about following a balanced diet. This is the period where an average adult starts gaining weight so instead of feasting on unhealthy fast foods; you should start eating healthy and should also start doing some exercises.
Keep yourself away from sugary drinks, oily foods, and preserved snacks.
In your 40's
40’s is that period in aging, where your metabolism slows down also you might face extreme weight gain. Replace your carb intake with consumption of protein. Eat fruits, vegetables, barley, and legumes to get soluble fiber.
Also, you can consume wheat, whole grains for insoluble fiber.
In your 50’s
Yes, you are still alive and have hit the half-century. You might still look great but your immune system has become weak. So start eating vegetables that are a source of probiotic also consume foods that are essential for your sense organs like eyes and ears.
Limit your salt and sugar intake because excessive intake of sugar and salt will invite the diseases like sugar and high blood pressure.
Eat food that contains potassium and unsaturated fats.
In your 60's
Say hello to wrinkles. In your 60’s you are likely to be prone to diseases related to loss of memory. So to prevent these diseases, consume foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids like walnuts, salmon, soybeans, and cauliflower.
You might also be the victim of eyesight problems. Consuming foods like meat, eggs, barley, dairy products, broccoli, tomatoes and potatoes will help you to stay healthy in your 60’s because they contain fibers, minerals and vitamins.