in your 30s
At this point, you’re likely to be juggling a career and a relationship, perhaps planning for children or already raising a young family. You need more fire power!
omega 3 Dr Ruxton says, “Omega-3 deficiency has been linked to stress. Eat oily fish once a week or take a daily supplement, or a vegan alternative made from algae.”
B-complex “This is important for your metabolism, immune system and menstrual mood swings. Around three quarters of women in the UK have a low folate status (one of the B-vitamins) as they don’t eat enough green vegetables, and many women in their 30s skip breakfast. Food-wise, pork is high in B-vitamins.”
probiotics “Diets low in fruit, vegetables and fibre change gut bacteria, leading to increased risk of infections and gut discomfort. A decent probiotic encourages good bacteria.”