LifeLivedForward_SLICES_17

 

An assembly of nutrition, fitness and lifestyle resources

to keep seniors actively engaged.

 

  • Who says older means weaker? | Fitness AFTER 40: Your STRONG Body 40, 50, 60 and Beyond! Older, not weaker You may believe that growing older includes an inevitable decline from vitality to frailty. However, I know many people who would strongly disagree. Those people include… Professional athletes over 40 carrying their teams to success 70-year-old Senior Olympians running a 5:42 mile My PRIMA patients completing a 5k in only 12 weeks of training And last but not least, ...
  • The PD (Parkinson’s Disease) Coach Discoveries made along my Parkinson’s journey Exercise and Parkinson’s. If you have PD you have been bombarded since diagnosis with the message that you need to exercise. Whether it’s dance or walking, running or resistance training, swimming or boxing, the message is relentless that you should be physically active. Enough Already! Since August of 2010 there have ...
  • Longer Life Within Walking Distance Researchers find exercise often works just as well as drugs for the treatment of heart disease and stroke, and the prevention of diabetes. Exercise is medicine. Watch this video to learn more. In health, Michael Greger, M.D.   Sponsored by Willow Valley Communities Read Dr. Greger’s Best Selling book: How Not To Die. Click the book for purchase information.                 In addition to showing what ...
  • How to Improve Artery Function Endothelial dysfunction is the initial step in the development of peripheral artery disease, heart disease, and stroke. As I discuss in my video Plant-Based Diets and Artery Function, the remarkable finding is that progressive endothelial dysfunction—the decline in the functioning of our arteries—is not an inevitable consequence of aging. We can retain the arterial function we had in our 20s ...
  • Holiday Dining Thanksgiving is upon us, and with it comes the opportunity to spend meaningful time with family and friends, to sit down and share a meal together – something that we may not do as often as we’d like given the hustle and bustle of our busy world. It gives us a chance to enjoy a ...
  • “In the Mouth of the Wolf” / Fitness AFTER 40: Your STRONG Body at 40, 50, 60 and Beyond! “In bocca al lupo…” While running a marathon, my legs are my friends. My core and bottom, however, become my screaming enemies at mile 20. The crowd cheers, “you’re almost there!” but, let’s be honest, six miles is a long way from almost. I am “in bocca al lupo,” which translates to “in the mouth of the ...
  • A Lesson in Live Your Best (or The Popsicle Parky) Frozen. But not in the way you would think. He’s a born and bred Winnipeg boy so the fact that the mountainside was a brisk zero degrees Celsius, or thirty two degrees Fahrenheit, had little to do with the fact that he could not move. He had pushed just a tad bit too far in search of ...
  • AC/PD On Tour with Parkinson’s It may rhyme with the 80’s rock band AC/DC but the only thing air conditioning and Parkinson’s has in common with the band is that they both can make me shake all over. I was about to take the stage in front of 200 or so healthcare leaders and I was quite uncertain that I could ...
  • Alzheimer’s Disease and Dietary Copper Though the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s disease has yet to be found, there is increasing concern about the role of metals in the development of the disease, as I discuss in my video Alzheimer’s Disease, Copper, and Saturated Fat. “Iron and copper,” for example, “are strongly concentrated within the neuritic plaques and neurofibrillary tangles that represent the ...
  • Focus is Manifestation – Part 3 Living Life Forward has been at the core of my ongoing approach throughout the years while embracing the idea that Focus is Manifestation, or “that which you focus on, you  strengthen.”  (For antecedents on this topic, please see my previous two articles on this website: Part 1 and Part 2) Rebuilding On this occasion, I would like ...