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

3 weeks ago

Social Anxiety – Do You Have It?

I’ve been a volunteer for an environmental action group for a while now. I recently received an invitation to their annual social with a note to bring a guest or guests. I RSVP’d that I would be there since it was a night I knew I wasn’t working…

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2 months ago

Feeling Restricted by Your Weight After 60? 5 Secrets to Getting Your Body Back

If you’re like most women trying to lose weight, you probably think you must restrict calories, exercise till you drop, deprive yourself of the food you love, and cut off all social contact…

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2 months ago

8 Things That Can Cause Joint Pain After 50

There is a piece of folklore about a 90-year-old man named John. He went to his doctor complaining of an aching left knee. The doctor looked at him and wryly said, “You know, John, you are 90 years old.” Without missing a beat John replied, “I know I’m 90, doc…”

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4 months ago

Give Your Aging Skin Some Love with Vegetables, Not Sugar

Your mom probably told you more than once to eat your vegetables, right? If your mom was like mine, she chopped and served fresh when she could. Our shelves along the basement steps were always stocked with canned green beans, corn…

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5 months ago

Cooking for One: Why Cook at Home If It’s Only Me?

Be honest: have you asked the question above to yourself or to a friend? If you have, please go back and read the words. It’s only you? What does that say about your worthiness to be well-nourished?

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5 months ago

Preparing YOU and Your Pantry for the Spring and Summer Season

With the worst of winter storms and ice behind us, we can safely put the snow shovel and ice melt away for another year. Windows open for fresh air and flowers make their annual appearance in all their splendor…

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8 months ago

There’s Real Hope for Intermittent Fasting as a Weight Loss Technique for Older Women

By now, if you are a foodie or dieter, the term „ Intermittent fasting” has likely crossed your path. It’s a term that describes several types of fasting, but first, a word or two about this practice…

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8 months ago

Foods that Can Help If You Suffer from Liver Disease

Have you been told you have fatty liver disease or are at risk for developing it? Research estimates that as many as 25% of the US population has this condition. That’s close to 100,000,000 people! It may be asymptomatic in many, but having it is indicative…

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8 months ago

Oops! Unexpected Gas and Other Midlife Tummy Troubles

Joanie confided to me that she was mortified on a fairly regular basis. “Why is this happening to me?” she asked. “I’m sitting with friends at a restaurant and let out a toot when I stand up to leave. It’s funny but also very embarrassing…

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10 months ago

Don’t Call Me Honey – Please

Honey. I didn’t like it when I was young, and I don’t like it now. Adorable? That’s for someone you might want to hold on your lap. Sweetheart? That’s for a special someone, not a customer in a grocery store. Old bag, crone, geezer, battle-ax, old-timer…

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