Posted September 10, 2021 in Fitness Topics, Wellness & Active Aging
Posted July 13, 2021 in Uncategorized, Wellness & Active Aging
I’ve Interviewed Hundreds Of Elders: This Is The Key To Purposeful Aging
Posted March 23, 2021 in Wellness & Active Aging
The Link Between Sleep and a Strong Immune System
There are numerous strategies related to improving the function of your immune system, from eating healthy foods to drinking enough water to getting consistent exercise. One more big one for the list? Making sleep a priority.
Posted March 23, 2021 in Fitness Topics, Wellness & Active Aging
Better Late Than Never:
By now, it’s undeniable: regular exercise comes with a range of health benefits for people who stick with it over time. But is it ever too late to start?
Posted March 19, 2020 in Wellness & Active Aging
5 Ways To Help Your Community During The Coronavirus Outbreak
How can you lend a hand when everyone is working from home and can’t get near each other? We wondered the same thing, and as it turns out, there are a good number of things we can all do to …
Posted March 11, 2020 in Wellness & Active Aging
Can I Boost My Immune System?
Fears about coronavirus have prompted online searches and plenty of misinformation about how to strengthen the immune system. Here’s what works — and what doesn’t.
Posted March 2, 2020 in Wellness & Active Aging
How to Keep Your Brain Fit as You Get Older
If you are of a certain age, it’s probably happened to you: You walk into a room and forget what you came for. You misplace your car keys. Again. And although you try and try to remember the name of …
Posted February 24, 2020 in Nutrition Topics
The 5 Crucial Diet Changes Women Over 50 Must Make
A person’s nutrition after 50 is crucial. It is, arguably, the most important factor in maintaining a healthy body at this age. It cannot withstand much more abuse in the form of fast food, inactivity and too much alcohol. The …
Posted February 24, 2020 in Wellness & Active Aging
The New Science Of Aging + How To Biohack Your Way To A Longer, Healthier Life
Slowly but surely the whole idea of aging is being flipped on its head. Given breakthroughs in research that have led to new understandings of what drives the aging process on a molecular and cellular level, more scientists than ever …
Posted February 12, 2020 in Nutrition Topics
What’s the Difference Between Saturated Fat and Unsaturated Fat?
Is one type of fat healthier than another? Which foods are high in saturated fat, and which are high in unsaturated fat? EatingWell answers your top questions.