Increasing physical activity has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease by 11 percent among adults 60 years and older because working out stimulates the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Don’t know what to do with all of your Thanksgiving leftovers? Try one of these six healthy and hearty dishes: Harvest Stew Make sure your leftover gravy’s fat is skimmed away. Then, use the gravy as a base. Add leftover turkey and vegetables. Thicken your Harvest Stew by incorporating sweet potatoes. Cook to 165°F. Turkey-Berry […]
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Don’t let a lower-body injury set you back! These four seated exercises will burn calories, strengthen muscles and increase endurance.
The number of centenarians increased by 43% from 2000 to 2015 but why? According to a Northwestern University study, these centenarians live a more satisfying, happier life because they value staying in touch with their friends, getting out of the house to socialize, regularly exercising as well as following a more nutrient-dense diet than previous generations.
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Spend a few minutes each day working on these four functional fitness exercises that mimic your daily activities like carrying groceries or walking down stairs.
Many factors play into shallow breathing (e.g., mouth breathing, obesity); the goal is to make them all positive. Our most important functions and organs rely on a consistent supply of oxygen. Follow these guidelines to relearn the art of breathing.
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