Your thirties tend to be the decade when the first real signs of aging start to show. An increasingly busy lifestyle also adds to the burden, bringing its own strains and stresses. By changing your diet, you can boost your energy levels and keep yourself in good shape. Also, weight bearing exercise helps to keep your metabolic rate in check, as well as tackling problems like fluid retention, cellulite and hormonal swings.
In your thirties, it is very important to follow a balanced diet that is rich in vitamins and antioxidants to ward off the effects of free radicals.
As well as sun protection cream, it is also wise to use an antioxidant face cream. You will also need a richer moisturiser as your skin will be prone to drying out quickly. Cell renewal will slow, leading to the loss of youthful radiance, and oil glands will become less active, leading to your skin becoming drier. Collagen and elastin will start to break down and more fine lines will develop. Also, the delicate skin around the eyes will begin to get thinner.
At this age, it is essential to follow a sensible exercise regime that will help to fight the flab, boost energy levels and maintain muscle strength.
A good tip to combat fluid retention and cellulite is to eat less salty food, and more food rich in potassium, like bananas and potatoes. You should also try to avoid drinking too much alcohol, as this can lead to the appearance of red spider veins. Drinking plenty of water will also help to keep you healthy looking and hydrated. Always try to make sure that you get plenty of sleep, as it is whilst you are asleep that your body and mind will repair itself.