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About Peg Doyle

Peg Doyle is a healthy eating and lifelong wellness expert, recording artist, motivational speaker and author. She is passionate about the impact of quality food and a balanced lifestyle on women’s health. Her mission is to make healthy eating easy and appealing, using nourishment as a powerful tool for preventing the so-called diseases of aging. You can visit her website here http://www.wellnessandyou.com
Latest Posts | By Peg Doyle
5 Everyday Health Hacks for Women Over 60
7 months ago

5 Everyday Health Hacks for Women Over 60

“Your life does not get better by chance; it gets better by change.” – Jim Rohn

January, the month of resolutions and new beginnings, is quickly passing. What is it you want to accomplish with your health this year? Read More

3 Reasons to Not Go on a Diet if You Want to Lose Weight After 60
7 months ago

3 Reasons to Not Go on a Diet if You Want to Lose Weight After 60

I attended a conference in December where Meryl Streep was asked what advice she would give the 11,000 attendees.

Without a moment’s hesitation she said, “Stop worrying about your weight. Women lose way too much of their energy worrying about their weight. They could be using that energy for far better things.” Read More

Let Go of the Heavy Luggage of Excess Weight After 50
8 months ago

Let Go of the Heavy Luggage of Excess Weight After 50

Do you remember the days before some brilliant innovator built a suitcase with wheels? I walked across three terminals with my luggage the other day and was so grateful for those wheels. Read More

Have You Accomplished Your 2017 Health Goals?
8 months ago

Have You Accomplished Your 2017 Health Goals?

January is the time when we all seem to have a renewed interest in our health and success. Having markers, like the start of a new year, a birthday, or even a health scare, often propels us to make all sorts of promises to ourselves about what we will accomplish. Read More

Your Circadian Clock May Be the Key to Weight Loss After 50
9 months ago

Your Circadian Clock May Be the Key to Weight Loss After 50

It seems that the brilliant researchers who study our circadian clock, that internal timekeeper, have tuned in to an important factor for weight management. It seems a blue light sensor in the retina measures ambient light level and sets the time to go to sleep and wake up every day. Read More

7 “No Diet” Healthy Eating Secrets from Our Sisters in Europe
10 months ago

7 “No Diet” Healthy Eating Secrets from Our Sisters in Europe

In the never ending quest to reach a desirable weight, some cultures that are worth studying are the French and the classic Mediterraneans, i.e., Greeks and Italians. When adhering to their classical way of eating, people in both cultures generally do not have a problem with weight. Read More

How to Eat Like a Health Nut After 50 – Do You Have These Items in Your Kitchen?
11 months ago

How to Eat Like a Health Nut After 50 – Do You Have These Items in Your Kitchen?

We can all think of someone who could be described as a health nut. In some cases, they are a little nutty, but most often they are people who take their health very seriously and do everything they can to stay well. Read More

Eat Breakfast and Nix Night Eating for Weight Loss After 60
11 months ago

Eat Breakfast and Nix Night Eating for Weight Loss After 60

Today’s post explores the idea of eating three meals a day as a way of maintaining a healthy weight or losing excess weight. Read More

How Locally Grown Food Can Improve Your Health After 60
12 months ago

How Locally Grown Food Can Improve Your Health After 60

In today’s world, we can get almost any food at any time of year. While this can broaden our choices, in some ways it is not an ideal way to eat. Read More

I Love My Body – Exploring the Power of Positive Affirmations
1 year ago

I Love My Body – Exploring the Power of Positive Affirmations

By  •  Mindset

I love my body – really? Be honest, have you ever said that to yourself? Or is it more typical of you to say, “I hate my body,” or “I hate my thighs,” or “My breasts sag”?

We lament the fact that we are not “perfect.” What would happen if you changed the words and started saying “I love my body”? Read More

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