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Health and Fitness

Is healthy aging important to you? Are you interested in losing weight after 60? Let’s explore how fitness and gentle yoga for seniors can help!

Forget Anti-Aging Pills and Potions: Smiling Will Make You Younger
4 years ago

Forget Anti-Aging Pills and Potions: Smiling Will Make You Younger

If I told you that I could offer you a free way to look more beautiful, be happier and feel healthier, would you be interested? No, I’m not selling an anti-aging pill. I am, of course, talking about the power of your smile to make you look and feel better. Read More

Exploring the Benefits of Drinking Lemon Juice – Your Local Coffee Shop Will Hate This!
4 years ago

Exploring the Benefits of Drinking Lemon Juice – Your Local Coffee Shop Will Hate This!

Do you wake up and immediately crave a cup of coffee? Has a visit to your local Starbucks become an addictive morning ritual? Maybe it’s time to mix up your morning routine with fresh lemon juice. Don’t get me wrong, we know that know caffeine can help with memory and concentration. Read More

Exploring 7 Amazing Foods for Healthy Skin After 60
4 years ago

Exploring 7 Amazing Foods for Healthy Skin After 60

Like many women, I’m tired of using expensive beauty products to keep my skin looking good. So, I started looking into the best foods for healthy skin after 60. What I found was a list of foods that are not only great for your skin, but, that also may help you to live a healthy life more generally.  Read More

How to Overcome Your Fears and Get More from Life After 60
4 years ago

How to Overcome Your Fears and Get More from Life After 60

Fear is a powerful emotion. It is so strong, instinctual and deeply woven into the way we interact with our world. A lot of spiritual teachers and psychologists say that fear and love are the only real human emotions and that every other emotion comes from them.

Fear is also a primitive emotion. It is the anticipation that something bad is going to happen – like a sabre tooth tiger jumping out of the bushes. These are the things our primitive brain had to worry about. Read More

Let It Go – Exploring And Escaping the Good Girl Syndrome
4 years ago

Let It Go – Exploring And Escaping the Good Girl Syndrome

Why is a 60-year-old woman going to see “Frozen”, an animated children’s Disney movie, for the third time? The answer is that this film quite honestly changed my life. Read More

Would You Take a Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease?
4 years ago

Would You Take a Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease?

The word “Alzheimer’s” puts fear in the hearts of anyone over 60. Every time we forget our keys or can’t recall the name of a friend or family member, we worry that we are in the early stages of this horrible disease. Diagnosis of a disease as serious as Alzheimer’s is not to be ignored, so, a new research report from the United States caught my attention. Read More

6 Healthy Foods to Help You Boost Your Immune System Naturally
4 years ago

6 Healthy Foods to Help You Boost Your Immune System Naturally

When we get a bad cold or just feel run down, we often like to blame it on our immune system. It’s easy to think of our immune system as being separate from the other functions in our body. Like border guards or traffic cops, we expect our bodies’ defenses to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, regardless of what else is going on in our lives. The reality is somewhat more complicated. Read More

Longevity Secrets from the World’s Oldest Woman
4 years ago

Longevity Secrets from the World’s Oldest Woman

Misao Okawa is a Japanese woman who was born in 1898. She is the world’s oldest person at 116 years young. In a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph, Misao explains her simple recipe for longevity. She advises we eat lots of sushi, sleep eight hours a night and learn to relax. Read More

6 Famous Female Chefs Who Changed the World of Cooking
4 years ago

6 Famous Female Chefs Who Changed the World of Cooking

There is an old saying that “women make good cooks, but men make better chefs.” Setting aside the inaccuracy of this statement, it does tell us something important about the way that society looks at the roles of men and women in the kitchen. Women have traditionally taken on the role of family cook. But they were usually not seen as suitable candidates for the more complex and prestigious job of managing elaborate kitchens in fancy restaurants. Read More

Fitness After 60: Inspiration from Olga, a 94-Year-Old Track Star
4 years ago

Fitness After 60: Inspiration from Olga, a 94-Year-Old Track Star

We all know that exercise is good for our health after 60. It helps us feel energized and optimistic and reduces the risk of many serious illnesses. So why is it that, even though we know exercise is essential to a long and happy life, only 32% of people over 65 regularly exercise? Read More

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