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Selfie Ray Plumlee Taken 26 March 2018 at age 70.
Selfie Ray Plumlee Taken 26 March 2018 at age 70.

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What Healthy Eating Habits Have You Established in Your 60s? (10/19/2018) by Joseph Shane Posted in: Health Articles, Nutrition, Overall Health, Supplementation - Everyone’s body is different and thus, before changing your diet plan, a checkup with doctor is in order. Kefir is a great nutritional item to add to your diet in order to support that healthy bacteria production in your stomach. It contains a great amount of these beneficial bacteria and is rich in probiotic.
Low-T (Testosterone) (10/17/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Anti-Aging, Cutting Edge Solutions, Health Articles, Overall Health, Recommended Reading, Sex Health, Works For Me - Once you have been diagnosed with a low testosterone condition, what can you do about it? To many, the obvious choice would seem to be testosterone replacement therapy, or TRT. This type of treatment is administered by a physician, and may take many forms. You could use patches, which can irritate the skin, or creams, which must be carefully protected from touch by others. It could also entail a patch on your gum, which could be irritating, implants under the skin of your buttocks, or periodic injections.
Getting Enough Sleep Will Increase Your Productivity (10/15/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Alternative Solutions, Brain Health, Overall Health, Sleep - Good sleep is essential to good living. Take the time to relax and put yourself into a natural sleep cycle that works best for your body. Start with 7-8 quality hours of sleep, and talk to your medical provider if you’re experiencing difficulty sleeping or symptoms of insomnia.
Paleo Diet (10/13/2018) by Ray Plumlee Posted in: Health Articles, Paleo Diet - A lоt оf реорlе аrе nоw rеvеrtіng bасk tо the old аnd traditional wауѕ оf consuming fооd, such as the Pаlео dіеt, thаt is dеѕіgnеd оn thе ideology of оur аnсіеnt аnсеѕtоrѕ who used to lіvе in саvеѕ and hаd nо means оf рrеѕеrvіng fооd оr rеfіnіng nutrients.
Baked Zucchini Chips (10/10/2018) by Chase Tatoy Posted in: Health Articles, Ketogenic Recipes, Low Carb Recipes, Recipes - Baked zucchini has a really subtle taste and the flavor will depend on what you put on it. This opens a world of experimentation. A friend added jerky seasoning, my cousin added cinnamon (ikr?!) and one guy added a combination of nutmeg and cumin. Sounds weird to me but I'm always open to new things, I might give it a try!
Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health By William Davis MD (10/2/2018) by Ray Plumlee Posted in: Book Reviews, Nutrition, Overall Health, Recommended Reading, Works For Me - More than 200 million Americans consistently devour food items made from wheat. Therefore, more than 100 million of them experience some type of unfriendly well-being impact; going from minor rashes and high glucose to the ugly stomach swells that preventive cardiologist William Davis calls "wheat bellies." According to Dr. Davis, that overabundance of fat has nothing to do with intemperance, sloth, or an excessive amount of margarine: It's because of the entire range of grain wraps we have for lunch.
Isometric Exercises: Biceps (9/23/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Isometric Exercises - These simple exercises using muscle contraction to help keep your muscles active and toned. The best part is that aside from a towel, they require virtually no equipment, and also take up very little space to complete. Whether you are an athlete, into professional body building, or just trying to get in a good workout at the office, these Isometric Exercises are perfect to fit into a busy day.
Am I At Risk For Osteoarthritis? (9/19/2018) by Jennifer Olson Posted in: Exercise and Fitness, Health Articles, Overall Health - Osteoarthritis is painful and it can slow you down. But, you don't have to give in. Don't stop doing what you love just because you have sore joints; it's your life--live it. Osteoarthritis is more common in those individuals that are overweight. It's one thing to be overweight to a poor diet or lack of exercise. Yet, some medications or illnesses can make that weight gain sneak up out of nowhere. If you believe this to be the case, go to see your doctor. They can partner you with a certified nutritionist who will help you get your weight down to a healthy level.
Why Bikes and Retirees Are a Perfect Match (9/8/2018) by Joseph Shane Posted in: Exercise and Fitness, Health Articles - One thing that the baby boomer generation loves is independence. One of the major parts of being independent is to be mobile. Mobility gives you the complete freedom to explore the outer world. It opens up new areas for excursions and socializes. Many seniors give up driving in the older age. This gives them the perfect chance to reach their destination through cycling and prevent the environment from pollution with this daily routine. You don’t even have to worry about break downs in the middle of the roads or even refueling!
What is MSM? (methylsulfonylmethane) (9/3/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Nutrition, Skin Care, Supplementation - MSM is also useful as a agent against oxidative stress. While it is not, per se, an antioxidant, studies have shown that it can, indeed, help reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. This type of stress occurs when there is an imbalance in the number of free radicals in our systems, and the body’s ability to neutralize them. Free radicals can wreak havoc as they interact chemically with the components of our cells, such as DNA, trying to stabilize themselves by stealing electrons from individual cells.
How Using a Sleep Diary Can Help You to Sleep Better After 60 (8/28/2018) by Joseph Shane Posted in: Health Articles, Sleep - A good sleep after reaching 60s is quite a big challenge and that too with this constant gloom cloud of stress and problems hovering above our heads. But a healthy sleep is extremely important for our body and there are various ways you can bring back that lost stress-less sleep in your life. Ever heard of a sleep diary? It is a highly effective way of fighting your troubling insomnia.
Oven-Fried Chicken (8/18/2018) by Chase Tatoy Posted in: Health Articles, Ketogenic Recipes, Low Carb Recipes, Recipes - Speaking of comfort food, the earliest known usage of term "comfort food" was traced back to 1966 when the Palm Beach Post (a major American daily newspaper which serves Palm Beach County in South Florida and the area of Treasure Coast) used it in a story: "Adults, when under severe emotional stress, turn to what could be called ‘comfort food’—food associated with the security of childhood, like mother’s poached egg or famous chicken soup."
What is the Best Home Exercise Equipment for Older Adults Above 60 (8/10/2018) by Joseph Shane Posted in: Exercise and Fitness, Health Articles - Flexibility plays a vital role in body health and is essential for seniors. Through flexibility exercises, the stiffness from your joints can be reduced and it will have a positive impact n the blood circulations as well. Yoga straps are a good option to practice this kind of exercise. You will start by bending forward and looping the band under the feet, grabbing both sides of the band. You will not need to reach for your toes in this exerci
L-citrulline, The Master Amino Acid (8/7/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Health Articles - L-citrulline gets it name from the Latin word for watermelon, the fruit from which it was first isolated in 1914. This important amino acid is synthesized in the body by two other amino acids, arginine and ornithine. It is known to improve cardiovascular health by relaxing the arteries and blood vessels, allowing them to work better and thus improving blood flow throughout the body.
10 Easy Ways To Lose Weight For Men Over 60 By Improving Digestive System (8/4/2018) by Lisa J Fletcher Posted in: Alternative Solutions, Dieting, Health Articles, Low-Carb Diets, Supplementation - If weight loss is on your mind, then you must start with losing fat. Avoid foods that are rich in fat. Have healthy meal portions that are good for digestion. Fat loss is important if you want to lose weight in a healthy way.
Yosef Meystel on Nursing Shortage for American Boomers (8/1/2018) by Ben Carrier Posted in: Overall Health - The first wave of baby boomers that retired seven years ago, made quite an impact on the U.S. economy. There are 77 million baby boomers or nearly one-quarter of the total population that are near retirement. Over the coming decade, the eventual retirement of this demographic group will slow labor force growth significantly.
Humble Egg: Is It A Superfood? (7/29/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Anti-Aging, Cutting Edge Solutions, Health Articles, Overall Health - Eggs can easily be judged a superfood by the sheer amount of nutritional elements they provide. Each egg contains six grams of protein, vitamins A, B12, B2, B5, and others. They contain all nine essential amino acids, and minerals such as iron, selenium, and phosphorus. As mentioned before, they also contain a significant amount of choline, a nutrient important to the health of the brain.
What is Nutrigenomics? DNA and Dieting. (7/18/2018) by Dheeraj Kumar Posted in: Anti-Aging, Cancer, Health Articles, Nutrigenomics, Overall Health, Supplementation - Personal preference has dictated nutritional choices throughout contemporary history. Ever since people gained access to enough food to move beyond subsistence nutrition, they have based their dietary decisions mainly on taste and general health trends. Yet a growing body of evidence shows there is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition. Our responses to different nutrients are unique, and by recognizing and monitoring this we can potentially extend our healthy life expectancy.
Low Carb, Low Sodium Dilemma Part 1 (7/11/2018) by NWilkinson Posted in: Dieting, Low-Carb Diets, Paleo Diet - Perhaps one of the most popular diets out there is the traditional low carb diet. Some people may feel a bit confused in that this type of diet allows us to eat what we may consider to be an unhealthy amount of fat. This could not be further from the truth. Fat is essential to our body’s health and well-being, while carbs are notorious for contributing to high levels of blood sugar and insulin. High blood sugar is known to play a part in almost all diseases of a chronic nature, from the obvious diabetes problem to dementia, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer. Less carbs in your diet naturally means lower levels of sugar and insulin in your system.
Five fat-burning foods (7/8/2018) by Jennifer Olson Posted in: Dieting, Health Articles, Nutrition, Overall Health - Eating these fat-burning foods are going to help you get on the right track to a healthier diet. Incorporate all of them today and you'll see your weight loss sky rocket!


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