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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
Answering 4 Frequently Asked Nutrition Questions: Where Is the Truth?
3 weeks ago

Answering 4 Frequently Asked Nutrition Questions: Where Is the Truth?

To begin, let me say that the following answers are based upon my training and experience as a holistic nutritionist. Opinions on what’s best in nutrition are highly controversial which …
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7 Things to Consider When You Renovate Your Kitchen
1 month ago

7 Things to Consider When You Renovate Your Kitchen

By  •  Lifestyle

Back in 2019, I purchased a condominium after renting for a year. Because of the short rent period I expected the move to be fairly simple as I’m not a big shopper or collector of things. Nonetheless, it was time-consuming and included…
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4 Power Foods That Can Lift Your Spirits After 60 – Say Bye-Bye to Gaining Weight!
2 months ago

4 Power Foods That Can Lift Your Spirits After 60 – Say Bye-Bye to Gaining Weight!

Who among us hasn’t reached for a fatty bowl of ice cream or a double chocolate brownie when feeling anxious? We all know how good either of these can make us feel. Those initial feelings of pure pleasure, the cool creaminess…
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6 Secrets of Older Women Who Maintain a Healthy Weight
2 months ago

6 Secrets of Older Women Who Maintain a Healthy Weight

Even though diet books continue to reign as best sellers in the publishing industry, they really have nothing to do with staying slim. They are quick fix remedies that work if you strictly adhere to them, but doing so means you will be following someone…
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How Muscle Building Exercises Help You to Lose Weight After 60
3 months ago

How Muscle Building Exercises Help You to Lose Weight After 60

Your base metabolic rate is the amount of energy needed to support the basic requirements of being alive. That includes pumping your heart, expanding and contracting the lungs, as well as powering your digestive system…
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Stay Healthy in Lockdown with Quality Food and Supplements
3 months ago

Stay Healthy in Lockdown with Quality Food and Supplements

Most of us never dreamed we would still be as restricted as we are nearly one year after the pandemic made its appearance. But here we are… Even if you are lucky enough to have avoided contracting Covid, physical, emotional, and economic…
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How to Prepare for Bunion Surgery
6 months ago

How to Prepare for Bunion Surgery

I’m writing this post because bunion problems are so much a part of the Sixty and Me set, and I’m about to have one corrected. Years of ill-fitting shoes and high heels have not been friends to our feet, and mine have come to the point…
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4 Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Fall – Plus a Favorite Autumn Soup Recipe
6 months ago

4 Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Fall – Plus a Favorite Autumn Soup Recipe

Autumn brings shorter days and longer nights which means less sunshine and warmth. In this season, you have less access to natural Vitamin D though deficiency in this vital nutrient is turning out to be a risk factor for susceptibility…
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Autumn Is Here – Should You Cleanse as a Woman Over 60?
8 months ago

Autumn Is Here – Should You Cleanse as a Woman Over 60?

Did you know that a cleanse is the best way to prepare yourself for autumn? As we grow older, we must limit the challenges that naturally come with any change, including that of the seasons. As a nutrition and lifestyle specialist…
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Re-Enter a Wider World: The Immense Value of Quality Nutrition After Self-Isolation
9 months ago

Re-Enter a Wider World: The Immense Value of Quality Nutrition After Self-Isolation

We’ve heard it all: avoid crowds, stay at home as much as possible, use hand sanitizer, spray your groceries and other packages, wear a face covering, and wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds. But how much have you heard…
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