We all know that losing a few extra pounds is not an easy task, especially when you get older and your metabolism doesn’t work as well as it did a few years ago, and the truth is that the process of burning fat becomes more complex and sensitive over time. In other words, the older you get, the more challenging your weight loss process becomes.
However, losing weight is not impossible, whether you are in your 20s or 80s, but you have to change your lifestyle a little bit and become more responsible when it comes to your diet. If, when you were younger, you could eat more “cheating meals”, well after the age of 50 you should reduce them as well, and try to transform your diet into a lifestyle.
Of course, sticking to a clean and healthy diet is recommended not only to maintain your desired weight or lose a few extra pounds but also to prevent complications of other chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and so on.