Studies continue to implicate fruits and vegetables as key to a healthy life! And these foods are especially important with Baby Boomers and seniors, for whom the vitamins and minerals, dietary fiber and phytochemicals are critical to support the aging brain. The MIND Diet A study recently published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of […]
I came across some familiar weight-loss information recently in our local newspaper. In the Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen column, the doctors recommended, among other strategies, that readers “Eat small servings of lean protein several times a day…avoids hunger panic and builds muscle.” This advice is especially important for baby boomers and seniors. Protein and
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women (skin cancer is #1). According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), it strikes one in eight U.S. women. And it’s a huge concern for Baby Boomers and seniors, with the majority of cases occurring after menopause. For 2015,
I was priveleged to join businesswoman and moderator Jacqui Dobens for an interview about my business recently. Here it is, direct from the Broken Yolk Cafe in Temecula, CA. The interview is just under 14 minutes; hope you enjoy! And in case you didn’t get it, here’s the link to the free ebook.
It turns out that Americans eat all day long–no surprise to most fitness professionals and dietitians! Seems our three-meals-per-day ritual is now a relic of the past. But there’s good news from the recent study that confirmed these findings. Investigators also discovered that by condensing the timeframe in which one eats, obese individuals can lose