I started this blog after I turned 50 and this coming spring I’ll turn 58, how time flies! It was easy to stay in shape when I was in my 30’s. I was fitness professional and aerobic exercise instructor back then, but all that took it’s toll on my body. I also started Olympic style weightlifting competitively in my mid-thirty’s and pretty soon I realized that teaching all those aerobic classes was not good for my joints. I continued personal training for a while, but I dropped teaching aerobic classes. The weightlifting kept me in shape through my mid 50’s.
But now that I’m in my late 50’s things have changed, it takes longer to recuperate from workouts, and little injuries take longer to heal and are a more annoying! I’ve finally stopped weightlifting for a little while for 2 reasons: To give my body a break and because now I’m busier than I ever was before and I’m finding it hard to find the time (and the energy) for the type of training I used to do. And I know that there are a lot of people – young and old alike who are in that position, So I wanted to share with you a couple of things that I have found to help me stay in shape…
Here’s a quick fix and a long term solution to get in shape for the holidays… no gym membership required!
Get healthier and flatten you belly in only a few days, without dieting and without excessive exercise… HERE’S HOW.
Then once you’ve flattened that belly, stay in great shape by making some simple changes to your diet and adding a short easy exercise program only 3 times a week, that doesn’t require a gym membership or any special equipment. Click Here to watch this free video and learn more.Share on Facebook
While doing research on the effects of Gluten with my partner, Chris Goclan, he found this article by Dr. Weil. The article finally cleared up the confusion that the previous articles caused and answered some personal questions. Dr. Weil was asked a question:
“I know I don’t have celiac disease (I’ve been tested), but I think that some of my health problems including headaches and fatigue are due to a sensitivity to gluten. Do you think a gluten-free diet would help?” Read More→Share on Facebook
Vitamin supplementation has always been a controversial subject. But despite the recent negative news about vitamin supplements, it is still a multi billion dollar industry in America. Are the news reports worth our attention or should we ignore them and continue taking vitamin supplements? Are we wasting our money taking Vitamin supplements as we are being told? That depends on why we take them. Read More→Share on Facebook
It’s been said that coconut oil is a health food that can cure everything from poor immune function, thyroid disease, and heart disease, to obesity, cancer, and HIV.
So should you stock up on coconut oil?Share on Facebook
by Karen Peyton
What Are Probiotics?
First, let’s discuss what probiotics are. Probiotics are microorganisms that have claimed health benefits when consumed. According to Dr. Weil’s, they are edible products containing the helpful or “friendly” bacteria (usually Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium that normally inhabit the human digestive tract. They can boost your immune system, improve your digestion and some even assist in the production of vitamins. Probiotics are essential for basic human nutrition.
Why Are They Necessary For Good Health? Read More→Share on Facebook