moody and teary. But what we eat can be responsible for messing up those hormones. If you want a balanced, focussed and healthy mind and body, maybe eating a balanced diet can help.
Some doctors still say that poor nutrition during the teenage years can lead to a shorter stature and later puberty onset. But how is this going to be a problem later in life? The teenage years are notorious for being unpleasant and difficult. And we all move on and forget about the worst of it. However, some studies are showing that an obsession with eating habits in our teens can lead to a lifetime of bad eating choices.
We are also keen to enjoy our bodies most at this age. The inhibitions and shyness of the teenage years has gone. While we’re not necessarily ready to settle down, we’re keen to experience as much as possible. As we near the end of our twenties, it’s possible that some of the signs of aging are starting to show themselves already.
You may also start to become concerned about your career options and pension, especially if you have a mortgage. This is why the late thirties can be one of the most stressful times in your life. Stress is just one of the things that can contribute to the signs of aging. By the end of the thirties, you may be trying to maintain a healthy weight while juggling parenthood, marriage and a career. It’s not going to be easy, and you may wish you had taken more care in your younger years.
There are many older people of this age and beyond that still enjoy very active lives. Many of these people were very active throughout their lives from their teen years. Will you be enjoying that extra drink on Saturday night, or planning for the next fifty years?