1. “Slow But Steady” Wins the weight Loss Race

    A new study found that people whose weight fluctuates early in a weight loss program have worse long-term results. If losing weight feels more like being a yo-yo than a ball rolling down a gentle hill, then you might want to rethink your approach. A new study found that people whose weight fluctuate…Read More

  2. Do Seniors Need To Eat Differently? (Part One)

    Aging. We all go through it and it’s something there is no fountain of youth to drink from, and it’s conventional wisdom and society saying that it has to be a certain way. People are accepting that as seniors continue to age, they’ll feel tired and achy, but what if the narrative you believe,…Read More

  3. Can Seniors Lose Weight and Inches with Exercise Alone?

    From www.huffingtonpost.com – August 10, 12:46 PM “It won’t shock anyone to know that Americans tend to gain weight as they get older. But it is a little surprising that as Americans age and put on more body fat, the quality of their diets generally improves In other words, Americans do try to…Read More


    Written by Virginia Sole-Smith Your metabolism keeps your heart beating, your blood flowing, your brain thinking, and your muscles moving. Is it any wonder it doesn’t want to be rushed?   Here’s the skinny on the way this stubborn system works, and how you might be able to speed it up—in spi…Read More

  5. It’s Time to Take Charge of Your Lifestyle

    Many people see aging as the ultimate loss of control, and I can’t blame them. Instead of acknowledging and honoring the aging process, our culture deplores it and pours billions of dollars into fighting it. However, it happens anyway. As a result, many of those who have aged see themselves as def…Read More


    Walking is healthy. It’s a fact, backed up by research and people who are in the habit of walking. What’s surprising is just how powerful a medicine a daily or near-daily walk can be. New studies find new benefits all the time: preventing heart disease and diabetes, relieving back pain, reducing…Read More

  7. Senior Fitness Tips: How to Increase Your Mobility

    When you’re older, mobility is no joke. You tend to encounter a limited range of motion, joints that don’t move as far as they used to, and pain when you try to push yourself beyond your limits. This, in turn, tends to contribute to a downward spiral: It hurts when you move, so you move less. Mo…Read More