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Actively Moving Towards Better Health

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Actively moving can be incredible for your physical and mental health, not to mention it’s super easy to get started. See here.

Better Digestion, Better Health

Better Digestion is essential for seniors to achieve better overall health. Luckily, there are several ways to improve digestion naturally.

How to Stay Healthy on a Budget

Staying healthy on a budget is possible for seniors needing to tighten their finances and their belts. Learn more here.

3 Factors for Longer Healthy Living

Longer Healthy Living is possible for every senior by making some small lifestyle adjustments and prioritizing these three factors.

Staying Healthy with Summer Workouts

Summer Workouts are a fun, easy way to stay fit and heavy this summer. See here on what you can do to beat the heat and build the muscle.

Stress and Anxiety Love the Taste of Sugar

Stress and anxiety, somethings that feel so sour, sure love the taste of something sweet. Sugar can make these go overboard, learn how here.

Why Do We Eat When We’re Bored?

Why Do We Eat When We’re Bored? Simple, because it makes us happy. But what does that do to our overall health?

Taking the Steps Towards Better Heart Health

Good heart health is one of the most important aspects seniors need to consider. Learn more here on how to strengthen our hearts today.

Caffeine vs. Sugar: What’s the Real Difference?

Caffeine and sugar have so much in common it can be hard to tell the difference. Which one is better and which one is worse?

How to Get Started: Exercise for Seniors

Specific exercise for seniors can help retirees strengthen their bodies, minds, and achieve a healthier retirement all around.

The Body’s Relationship with Healthy and Unhealthy Fats

The fat cells in our bodies are more diverse than we give them credit for, making our relationship with them more complicated than we thought

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