7 Eating Changes You Should Make When You Turn 30

1. Consume Fiber Fiber goes beyond regularity. Eat extra fiber to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, and colon cancer, according to a 2019 Lancet meta-analysis.

2. Increase Omega-3s                 "Focus on getting more omega-3s in your diet," advises Sarah Anzlovar, M.S., RD, LDN, owner of Sarah Gold Nutrition. "While it may seem early, your 30s are the greatest time to start healthy aging behaviors.

3. Avoid Fad Dieting Now is the moment to stop dieting in your 20s. Lisa Leslie-Williams, PharmD., natural health and holistic food expert and Domestic Life Stylist founder, advises against fad diets and eating trends.

4. Reduce Alcohol          Consumption "While social drinking is enjoyable, it can have long-term health consequences in college.

5. Limit Processed Meats "Consuming processed meats like bacon, sausage, hot dogs, and bologna may increase your cancer risk," says Hoorah to Health dietician Christie Gagnon, RD, LD.

6. Get More Calcium Bone density is formed in childhood and fresh bone production is complete by 25-30. Getting adequate calcium is the greatest strategy to maintain bone density in your 30s.

7. Breakfast First Some recommend intermittent fasting, but most people benefit from a nutritious breakfast.