You may have tried to diet and struggled to lose weight. Or you succeeded in losing weight but couldn’t keep it off.
It’s essential for seniors to prioritize maintaining a healthy weight as they age but, clearly, many are struggling to comply with lifestyle changes that make this possible.
Here’s the thing about striving to get fit or lose weight after 60: As you run around spending wheelbarrows full of money on ab devices and diet plans that end up in the garage under an inch-thick pile of dust, you usually end up right back where you started.
Most of us have heard about using positive affirmations. But are they really effective? And can they really help with weight loss?
Women seem far ahead of men in understanding the detriments of ‘body shaming.’ At least we, as a culture, have come to realize that the Barbie doll resembles reality in very few ways.
Spring is here, and with it more time outdoors and looking forward to summer plans. So what can we do to get in shape?
I started working out at age 21, otherwise known as the Dawn of Time. I was present for the birth of aerobics classes and the cult-like following of Atkins.
Gaining weight is easy for most people – it’s losing it that becomes exceptionally difficult when we hit 60. But is there a strategy that actually works? Join us in discussion with registered dietitian Ashley Koff who has some great information to share. Enjoy the show!
Are snacks something you eat to refuel between meals or something you do when you watch TV or are bored? Are sweets a reward for hard work or do you look for other ways to feel good?