As discussed last week in Part 1 of this two part series, with the increase in Boomeritis, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury. Part two presents alternatives to old workout paradigms, how changing the rules (something we […]
With the increase in Boomeritis, what doctors are now using to define those of us ending up in the emergency room from exercise related injuries, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury . . .
It is commonly believed that good quality vitamins and nutrients are beneficial for good health, anti-aging and longevity. Supplementation is available to provide most of what our bodies need but do you know which foods are the best natural sources for your body’s daily nutritional requirements?
Unlike aspirin or ibuprophen, turmeric’s curcumin reduces inflammation naturally, without damaging the liver or kidneys. It has been found especially helpful in treating conditions like arthritis, sports injuries, irritable bowel syndrome, Chrone’s disease, tendonitis and various autoimmune diseases. Some research even suggests that curcumin may also help those suffering asthma, inflammatory bowel disease and, yes, even cancer.
As an Idea Implementation Coach, New Years is one of my favorite holidays. It’s one time when many of us take stock, think about what’s really important or what’s really bothering us, and ask the question: “When would NOW be a good time to start doing something about this Idea?”
But many of us are afraid of New Years Resolutions, because we’ve been there and done that, and still have these unwanted habits and unfinished projects. So let’s start off on the right foot this year, and . . .
This is another great article with more information on the foods and supplements you can use to take better care of your memory and brain activity. Written by Melanie Grimes and published in Natural News:
The brain can maintain optimum performance if care is taken with nutrition to prevent age-related memory loss. Keeping the mind active is important, especially as the brain ages.
Of the many challenges facing Baby Boomers today, what do you think is the most critical?
~ Financing retirement given the present economic crises, inflation of life’s necessities and deflation of hard earned assets.
~ Rising medical costs, especially with so many new and effective life extending options coming online.
~ Keeping pace with technologies that present the greatest opportunity in human history for those willing to grab ahold.
~ Personal growth, achieving new dreams and goals.
While these may top the list, there’s one thing you must absolutely have