Health and Wellbeing

Good health and living a healthy lifestyle are what most of us want but don’t always achieve. Let’s keep it in mind as we live these great years of our lives.

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Healthy Aging – Fit or Healthy? There Is A Difference!

By Bill / December 13, 2011

The older I get the more I realise how important it is to be fit and healthy. Building a foundation of fitness and health is vital for anyone planning to […]

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Use Walking to Stay in Shape

By Bill / December 9, 2011

When most of us think about exercise, we think about going to the gym and sweating behind some piece of equipment were many people sweated before us. But if you […]

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Naturally Lower Your Cholesterol Through the Food You Eat

By Bill / December 1, 2011

Cholesterol  is measured in three ways, LDL (bad) cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, and total cholesterol. Cholesterol is determined by a couple of different factors genetics, diet and exercise. One’s diet […]

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Easy to Follow Tips for Anti Aging

By Bill / October 31, 2011

Let me ask you a question. Do you follow tips for anti aging based on the latest “what’s your secret?” interview of the hottest celebrity currently in the news? If […]

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Your Lovely Bones: Exercises to Prevent Osteoporosis

By Bill / August 11, 2011

My mother’s skeleton crumbled when she was in her 80’s. I have a mental picture of a collapsing infrastructure that can no longer support the body around it. In the […]

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Advice for Boomers Wanting to Downsize

By Bill / May 25, 2011

Are your children now adults with homes of their own? If you are experiencing empty nest syndrome, you may find that your home has become too big for you. You […]

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Caring for Aging Parents: How to Make Life Easier for Yourself and Your Parents

By Bill / April 12, 2011

It often begins with the little things that are barely noticeable for a time. You find your mom or dad has trouble reading the label on their prescription medications or […]

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Bone Density and Ageing

By Bill / March 19, 2011

Over time bones lose density, they become brittle and breakable. The cause of this can be bad nutrition, deficient nutrients, Peri-menopause, Andropause and ageing in general. Osteoporosis is one of […]

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Caring for Older Parents: 5 Tips for Balancing Decision-Making and Keeping Sibling Relationships Intact

By Bill / February 25, 2011

For many in America, elderly care is growing concern, considering that a large sector of the population 40 million by government estimates, is over 65, 16% of which reported that […]

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The Key to Success: How You Deal With Your Stress

By Jenni Proctor / February 8, 2011

Entering a new stage in your life, whether in school, your career, or within your family, can cause a great deal of stress. Learning to cope with this stress in […]

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How To Design A Basic Exercise Program For The Forty Plus Adult

By Bill / January 18, 2011

Robin, a healthy forty-six year old working mother of two college students needed to lose thirty pounds. She had been on many diets in the past but always gained the […]

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Baby Boomers and the Midlife Transition – How to Stop Getting Old

By Bill / September 21, 2010

When midlife is upon you, it’s time to be developing habits to take you into healthy aging. The midlife transition is an awesome time to make certain that your life […]

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