Men cannot always maintain their youth. Aging is a natural growth rule, but men can delay aging through maintenance. In daily life, some foods can delay aging and make men eat younger.
1. An orange has a high vitamin C content.
Of all fruits, oranges have the highest vitamin C content, about 30% more than ordinary fruits. If you want to stay away from colds and flu in the winter, the simplest and most effective way is to eat more oranges. It is known as a wonderful way to strengthen the human immune system and resist diseases, and its effect is no less than cold medicine. In addition, its role in maintaining skin cannot be ignored.
An orange can provide 75 milligrams of vitamin C to the body. If you can guarantee to eat 1-2 oranges per day, it can fully meet the body's daily demand for vitamin C, without considering taking it from other foods.
2. Fresh cheese enhances memory.
Is it easy to lose things before you reach your age? If you're worried that your memory may not be as good as before, eat some fresh cheese. The rich linoleic acid in fresh cheese is a "panacea" for promoting memory. Its rich trace element zinc helps regulate the synthesis of neurotransmitters, thereby improving brain function. Due to its high calcium content, cheese is also one of the delicacies that supplements calcium and strengthens bones.
In order to give full play to your memory and thinking abilities, in addition to cheese, you can also add some brain building foods to your diet, such as eggs, milk, wholemeal bread, peanut butter, green peppers, cauliflower, pig liver, oysters, and so on. In addition, wine is rich in antioxidants, which help stimulate nerve cells. A small glass of wine per day has many benefits.
3. Eat fish more than any other meat.
The protein content of fish is about 15% - 24%, with relatively short muscle fiber structures and relatively little connective tissue. Therefore, fish tastes more delicate and smooth than other livestock meat, and is easier to digest and absorb. About 87% - 98% of the protein in fish will be absorbed by the human body. Fish has a much lower fat content than animal meat, and also contains very special ω- 3 series of unsaturated fatty acids, such as EPA and DHA.
Deep sea fish such as tuna, salmon, salmon and eel contain an essential unsaturated fatty acid, which can effectively reduce the incidence rate of hypertension and heart disease. The optimal protein intake for the human body is 60 grams per day. Excessive intake can lead to diseases such as gout. Considering the protein intake from other sources in the human body, it is best to eat no more than 50 grams of fish per day.
The optimal protein intake for the human body is 60 grams per day. Excessive intake can lead to diseases such as gout. Considering the protein intake from other sources in the human body, it is best to eat no more than 50 grams of fish per day.
(Intern Editor: Lin Yanjuan)