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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!

10 Questions to Ask About Your Heart Health After 50
20 mins ago

10 Questions to Ask About Your Heart Health After 50

Researchers estimate that almost one in three heart attacks are linked with eating an unhealthy diet while an unhealthy lifestyle – smoking, not exercising, drinking too much alcohol – accounts for many of the others. Following a heart-friendly diet and lifestyle can reduce your future risk of a heart attack whether or not you have already experienced one. Ask yourself these 10 questions to see if you need to take action…
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5 Surprising Things I’ve Learned About Medicare (#3 Sound Familiar?)
1 day ago

5 Surprising Things I’ve Learned About Medicare (#3 Sound Familiar?)

When you work and live in the space of any profession – day in and day out – you tend to learn your craft pretty well! That’s how it is with me and my team when it comes to Medicare…
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Don’t Hibernate! Here’s How Boomer Women Can Stay Active in the Winter Months
1 day ago

Don’t Hibernate! Here’s How Boomer Women Can Stay Active in the Winter Months

The cold chill during these beautiful autumn days signal the coming of winter. You’re probably winter proofing your home and slowly rotating in your chunky sweaters and heavy coats…
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10 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally (#6 is SO Tasty!)
2 days ago

10 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally (#6 is SO Tasty!)

Are you among the one in three adults who have a high blood pressure? If so, taking your prescribed medication every day is vitally important for your long-term health. You probably don’t have any obvious symptoms, but this is one of the most important conditions your doctor will screen you for. Read More

Hungry for Gastronomic Experiences? Italy Is the Place to Go to Enrich Your Life After 60
4 days ago

Hungry for Gastronomic Experiences? Italy Is the Place to Go to Enrich Your Life After 60

What sort of a relationship do you have with food? Are mealtimes moments that you look forward to, or do you simply eat to live? With today’s information overload on what we should and shouldn’t eat…
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Your Circadian Clock May Be the Key to Weight Loss After 50
5 days ago

Your Circadian Clock May Be the Key to Weight Loss After 50

It seems that the brilliant researchers who study our circadian clock, that internal timekeeper, have tuned in to an important factor for weight management. It seems a blue light sensor in the retina measures ambient light level and sets the time to go to sleep and wake up every day. Read More

Pure Bliss! 28-Min Yoga for Seniors Class with Focus on Balance (Part 7/8)
6 days ago

Pure Bliss! 28-Min Yoga for Seniors Class with Focus on Balance (Part 7/8)

For millions of us women over 60, nothing is as frightening as the thought of falling. The risk of losing our independence to a serious fall has led many of us to reduce or abandon activities we once loved…
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For Optimal Health After 60, Focus on Movement Instead of Exercise
7 days ago

For Optimal Health After 60, Focus on Movement Instead of Exercise

How much time do you spend thinking about how you move throughout the day? If you’re not getting the health results you want, your movement is likely a huge factor! Movement comes down to a matter of convenience…
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Want to Stop Emotional Eating? Ask Yourself These 6 Questions
1 week ago

Want to Stop Emotional Eating? Ask Yourself These 6 Questions

Have you ever thought about the tiny number of things over which we have actual control? There are so many things in life that go on regardless of us actually ‘doing’ anything to make them happen…
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4 Ways Getting a Health Screening Changed My Life… Even Though I Was Healthy
1 week ago

4 Ways Getting a Health Screening Changed My Life… Even Though I Was Healthy

I’ve always been a worrier. I get concerned when my kids don’t check in for a few days, even though they are adults with their own families. And, when it comes to my health, I’ll be the first to admit that I have spent more than one restless night consulting with “Dr. Google” about symptoms, which, in hindsight were totally benign…
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