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Losing Weight After 60

Like many women, I have learned the hard way that losing weight after 60 is tricky. This doesn’t mean that it’s impossible. But, it does mean that it requires a solid commitment to exercise, healthy eating and stress relief.

Losing Weight After 60 is Possible! Just Get Rid of These 8 Things
2 weeks ago

Losing Weight After 60 is Possible! Just Get Rid of These 8 Things

Many women are trying to lose weight after 60. Unfortunately, with nature playing tricks on our metabolisms, it feels like we have to work twice as hard to move those pounds. Most of us have found out that diets don’t work and green tea, despite its many health benefits…
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Ready to Atone for Holiday Overindulging? Intermittent Fasting Might Be Your Answer!
3 weeks ago

Ready to Atone for Holiday Overindulging? Intermittent Fasting Might Be Your Answer!

Over 60 and dragging after an overindulgent holiday season? Then why not resolve to begin the New Year with an eating plan to shed some pounds and recover some pep?
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The New Year’s Resolution that Will Save You the Most in Health Care Costs
1 month ago

The New Year’s Resolution that Will Save You the Most in Health Care Costs

Just the other day, I was talking with one of my clients, and we both couldn’t believe that it was almost the new year! Of course, we started talking about New Year’s resolutions and whether or not we participated in this ritual…
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7 Liberating Truths That Will Keep Your Aging Body from Unhealthy Diets, Detoxes, and Cleanses This New Year
1 month ago

7 Liberating Truths That Will Keep Your Aging Body from Unhealthy Diets, Detoxes, and Cleanses This New Year

It’s that time of the year. Over the Holidays, people indulge on food like it’s their last meal while planning how, after New Year’s Day, they are going to start a new diet and lose weight. Read More

Fit or Fat? How Would You Describe Yourself in Your Mature Years?
2 months ago

Fit or Fat? How Would You Describe Yourself in Your Mature Years?

The tall woman standing next to me smiled. We were in the exercise section of TJ Maxx, a popular American discount store. We were surrounded by acres of colorful leggings…
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Keeping Your Weight Balanced When the Table Is Full: Best Strategies to Help You Avoid Stuffing Yourself
2 months ago

Keeping Your Weight Balanced When the Table Is Full: Best Strategies to Help You Avoid Stuffing Yourself

End of year celebrations can be wonderful but with them come the challenges of avoiding the 5–7-pound weight gain many women experience when they step on the scale in the new year…
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How to Enjoy Holiday Food Without Gaining Weight (And Maybe Even Losing a Little!)
2 months ago

How to Enjoy Holiday Food Without Gaining Weight (And Maybe Even Losing a Little!)

We’ve now entered the holiday season. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus or the New Year, you’ll likely celebrate with all kinds of delicious food. Maybe some of these foods you only prepare during the holidays or don’t eat during the rest of the year…
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60-Plus and Body Positive: The New Motto of This Boomer Woman
2 months ago

60-Plus and Body Positive: The New Motto of This Boomer Woman

By  •  Mindset

Most women our age can readily tell you which part of their body they are most self-conscious about or feel is their least attractive. For years we were deluged with stories, articles, and advice about how to fix whatever was wrong…
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Your Circadian Clock May Be the Key to Weight Loss After 50
2 months 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

1 Tip to Minimize the “Balloon Butt” While Honoring Our Older Bodies
3 months ago

1 Tip to Minimize the “Balloon Butt” While Honoring Our Older Bodies

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. Read More