Are You At This Stage Of Your Life? | Clozette

“How old are you?” This question is probably one of those that get the most varied answers. Some smile and answer politely. Others curl up their nose at the mere mention of it.

It’s true that there are many changes that occur when you age. In your 20s, you have lots of energy but you can also tend to be complacent about keeping your health on top of your priority list. When you reach your 30s, you start to notice that your body — your metabolism, in particular — isn’t as fast as it used to be. By the time you reach your 40s, you’ll experience different challenges in keeping your body in its optimum state.

But we think each stage in your life should be learned about and celebrated. Our bodies are constantly changing, and knowing what it needs is important to ensure that we stay on top of our game.

Your body’s unique nutritional needs should be met — no matter your age and hectic lifestyle — to aid your ever-changing body. Watch the video above as we shine the spotlight on three super ladies (each in their 20s, 30s and 40s) on the go with the help of Kinohimitsu’s Superfood+ Lady. This nutritious drink is made with 22 different multigrains and 22 unique fruit and vegetable extracts that target the unique needs of women in all stages of their lives.

So, at what stage are you in your life and what are the things in store for you? Read on.

Your 20's: Energy 

We feel our fittest and most energised during our 20s. This is also the time when those who had what is often called puppy fat or baby fat during adolescence are able to shed them. You see results faster when you follow a balanced diet or exercise. Your muscles are more easily toned. Your body, as many people would think, is in its prime.

But the perception of ease and being carefree can also lead some to become complacent about taking care of their bodies. Your skin is at its best, so you forget to take care of it. You have so much energy to keep going, so you keep on pushing on. You stay up late and therefore wake up later. You end up skipping breakfast, your most important meal of the day.

With that, you need to amp up your protein intake. The many missed meals can lead you to fall short in this area. You also need more potassium intake to ensure that your heart and muscles are in good shape because you tend to forget about these things when your schedule is packed. Women in their 20s are also susceptible to getting depressed, so make sure you counter that by ingesting food that can boost your serotonin (feel-good chemicals in the brain) levels. A good way to do that is by having food and supplements that are rich in Omega-3 fats.

Your 30's: Exploration 

These days, they say 30 is the new 20. And for so many reasons, that’s true. With wisdom, you tend to look at life in a different way. But for many, the additional number in age also means the onset of concerns you didn’t use to have when you were younger. Your metabolism slows down in your 30s, which can lead to weight gain if you don’t eat well and exercise regularly. You will also start to experience a bit of muscle and bone loss. Like your 20s, you still try to hustle as much as you can. This can lead to having irregular meal-times, which can be bad for your digestive system.

Mentally, the pressure of leaving the 20s can leave a toll on you as well. With your peers moving on to different stages in their lives — getting married, having kids, climbing up career ladders — it can be easy to get affected by stress-related issues. Taking of yourself, physically and mentally, becomes a top priority.

Since this is the time when many women plan to conceive or are conceiving, upping your intake of folate is helpful. Whether you’re expecting or not, having the right amount of folic acid in your diet can help your body make new cells and keep you away from heart disease. It’s also good to take phytonutrients, which have antioxidants, because they help slow down the ageing process as well as help your body become stronger when it comes to preventing cancer. The stress you encounter in your 30s can also lead to iron deficiency, so make sure you have enough of it in your system. Studies have shown that those who have lower levels of iron in the body had a harder time performing cognitive tasks than those who had normal levels.

Your 40's: Evolution

When you reach the milestone of 40, you’ll see that there are quite big changes to your body as compared to when you were younger. For some women, hitting the big 4-0 is the beginning of pre-menopause. While many women expect to see symptoms of menopause at the age of 50, some experience them earlier. Since you’re approaching menopause, it’s best to amp up your calcium intake. But you also have to take vitamin D because it helps the body absorb calcium. Your digestive system can also become slower, so make sure you have enough fiber in your body. Fiber can also help reduce bloat and decrease cholesterol.

At 40, you’d like to travel more and just unwind. But travelling often can also take a bit of a toll on the body. Your body’s immunity becomes lower when you’re hopping off from one place to another. Your facial features can also change quite significantly during this time. With the loss of fat and collagen in the skin, you may start noticing your temples and jaws hallowing. Wrinkles? You may already have some of them.

Yes, our bodies change as we age — that’s life’s natural progression! That’s when your intake of Kinohimitsu’s Superfood+ Lady becomes more crucial than ever to replenish your daily nutritional needs.

All these phases are avenues for you to discover more about yourself and the world around you. Sure, it may seem daunting. But with the proper mindset and the willingness to fortify your lifestyle with helpful activities and supplements, you’re sure to enjoy each stage you experience.

Whether you’re in your 20s, 30s or 40s, you need something to help make sure that you stay healthy and in tip-top shape. Kinohimitsu’s Superfood+ Lady is a powerful drink that helps prevent common illnesses caused by nutritional deficiency such as osteoporosis, fatigue and iron-deficiency anaemia. It also contains Omega-3-rich flaxseed oil, which keeps your hair, skin and nails at their best.

Plus, it’s so convenient to use! Whether your life is hectic or laid-back, you can easily add this to your routine. They come in sachets you can bring with you anywhere you go. Simply combine the powder mix content with water, and you’re ready to enjoy it.

Take care of yourself now; your future self will thank you for it!
Get the Kinohimitsu Superfood+ Lady at Watsons, Kinohimitsu Beauty Counters at OG and BHG Department Stores, Waterway Point #01-K20 and at the Kinohimitsu e-store.
Find out more about the Kinohimitsu Superfood+ Lady here.



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