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Dieting in the Technical Age

Nutrition apps are a truly excellent tool for senior to use to get healthier. See here on how they can help you be successful in your health

Upping the Heat Part 3: Food as a Heat Source

Using food as a heat source is the primary way to spark thermogenesis, increase body temperature, and literally burn the fat away.

Upping the Heat Part 2: Heat is NEAT

NEAT, non-exercise activity thermogenesis, can help seniors burn the calories they need even while they relax in retirement.

Upping the Heat: Easily Diet like the Pros (Part 1)

Thermogenesis is the process of turning our food into body heat, showing that anyone can literally burn the calories away.

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.

My Cholesterol: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

How much do we actually know about Cholesterol? We know we need to manage it, but what is it and why is it important?

Bad Senior Diets and How to Improve Them

Senior diets have shown signs of worsening over the last 20 years. Here’s how seniors can prioritize their health and get back on track.

The Sweet Choice: Easter Baskets

For seniors, Easter baskets are a delightful way to celebrate. Less chocolate and more adult treats can lead to a happy, healthy holiday.

The Truth Behind Age Related Metabolism

Weight can be harder to control as we age, and our metabolism might not be the only factor to consider when striving for better health.

Food for Thought: Foods to Boost Mental Health

Prioritizing our mental health is just as important as bettering our physical health, and we can use food to boost mental health today.

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