While your country’s Olympians are going for gold in Rio, now is the time to get yourself off the starting blocks. While you are watching the Olympics on the big screens, use the motivation to get your weight loss plan in action.
Here are my 4 action steps that all Olympic athletes follow to achieve their dreams, and you can incorporate these steps yourself.
In my recent article, I discussed 6 mindsets you have to overcome when trying to lose weight, and keep it off, in your sixties.
The comments by women in the Sixty and Me community showed a great interest in the vision, goal and action pointers. However, they were particularly interested in the very specific actions that could be taken.
In people’s younger years, they may have been coasting along, looking after themselves and maintaining a healthy body weight. Then they turned 50. All of a sudden, they find fat is being added to their body parts they never had to worry about before.
No dictionary reference needed here.
Be it belly fat, pot belly, jelly belly or bane in your life fat, belly fat is not fun to have, especially if you eat well and exercise.
Why is it that, for many people, the subject of vaginal dryness in the menopause is considered a taboo topic?
There are a lot of articles on subjects such as “How to Overcome Hot Flushes” but very little information available on the subject of “What Vaginal Changes You May Experience in the Menopause.”
Hailey came to me distraught from a lack of sleep and constant hot flushes. Her doctor’s only recommendation was HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) but Hailey wanted to see if I had any natural recommendations she could explore first.
Life post menopause should not be a time of suffering. Rather, it should be a time of wisdom, freedom and reflection for self-growth. If you find yourself ill at ease with your menopause journey, addressing food and lifestyle changes, alongside any other intervention you choose with the help of your doctor, can be of major benefit. Here, I will focus mostly on post menopause.