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The Anti-Aging Diet

Summary of the Anti-Aging Diet Changes

The following diet suggestions will have a beneficial effect on your hormonal output, on your energy levels, and your overall metabolic health. Work on these dietary changes and you will significantly improve your HGH levels.

1. Reduce or eliminate all forms of simple and refined sugar from your diet

a. Sugar and hidden forms of sugar are a major inhibitor of HGH release because they increase blood glucose and insulin levels.
b. Sugar will reduce your energy levels, decrease your stamina, reduce your immune function, and increase the likelihood of developing diabetes or obesity.
c. Refined sugar does not have any place in an anti-aging lifestyle.

2. Eat whole and minimally processed foods in a balanced meal

a. Eat a meal that contains protein, healthy fat, real carbohydrates, and nonstarchy vegetables.
b. Focus on whole and unprocessed foods. The processing of foods decreases the nutrient value and increases the likelihood of damaged fats, additives, and sugar in the food.

3. Eat plenty of good protein as the main focus of the meal

a. Good sources of protein include meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and legumes.
b. Eat protein sources that are anti-biotic and growth hormone free, free from chemicals, additives, preservatives, and other chemicals.
c. Make sure your meat, poultry and eggs sources are free-range and grass fed.
d. Divide protein intake across the day.
e. If you have difficulty digesting protein please see the suggestions to aid digestion below.

4. Eat plenty of healthy fat
a. Healthy fats are undamaged.
b. Do not eat damaged fats. These include the following:

i. Hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oil
ii. Margarine
iii. Deep fried foods
iv. Fried snack foods

c. Focus on olive oil, coconut oil, and butter.
d. Supplement with the essential fatty acids found in flax seed oil or fish oil supplements, such as cod liver oil.

5. Eat real carbohydrates

a. Real carbohydrates are ones that can be grown, picked, or harvested, and are not refined or processed.
b. Choose carbohydrates that release their sugars slowly. Please see the glycemic index below.

6. Focus on nonstarchy vegetables
a. Nonstarchy foods are high in fiber and nutrients.
b. Choose the following nonstarchy vegetables:

i. Lettuce
ii. Leafy greens
iii. Broccoli
iv. Cabbage
v. Cauliflower
vi. Eggplant
vii. Peppers
viii. Onions and garlic
ix. Summer squash


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