Diet and exercise are health factors dependent on each other. As we age, the more we need to move and remain active. The reasons are two-fold: 1) the older we are we tend to put on excess body fat, especially around the middle, and 2) muscle mass diminishes as we age. So what can you do?
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For many people eating has very little to do with hunger. Often, we eat out of boredom, for entertainment, as a reward, or to comfort ourselves.
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Research suggests that women who pay attention to TV ads about dieting eat nearly twice as much as those who focus on ads about other products. People who succeed at weight loss recognize the deceit of diets and no longer choose to be victimized by one of the most unregulated industries on record.
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Waist size is a very strong indicator of your overall health! The size of your waist is even more important than scale weight.
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Research shows that eating whole grains instead of refined grains decreases the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
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