5 Best Diets for Menopausal Women to Lose Weight

Suara.com – At the age of 50 years and over, women generally have entered menopause. When that happens, women’s metabolism slows down which in turn makes them gain weight.

Then what is the best diet for women over 50 years and over?

In order to continue to live a healthy lifestyle and eat a balanced diet, here is a list of diets that can be a solution, quoting the Times of India, Tuesday (16/2/2021).

1. Mediterranean Diet

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Illustration of Mediterranean diet, salad, diet mind, healthy food. (Shutterstock)

It has been named the best diet in 2020, and 4 years in a row before. This diet method involves consuming lots of fish, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and olive oil.

Eating meat only once a week, one third of this diet consists of fat, but low in clear fat no more than 8 percent of total daily calories.

Based on research, this diet can longevity the perpetrators, because it can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease, and maintain a healthy body weight.

2. Diet DASH

Diet DASH. (Shutterstock)
Diet DASH. (Shutterstock)

This type of diet is the best diet in 2020 after the Mediterranean diet. This diet aims to reduce hypertension or high blood pressure. Given that menopause, the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure increases dramatically.

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The diet in this diet is foods high in calcium, potassium and magnesium which are known to be good for suppressing hypertension. Examples of foods such as vegetables, fruit, low-fat milk, whole grains, fish nuts to poultry.


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