Tips on Maintaining Healthy Bones as Your Age

When you are young your bones continue to build strength until peak bone strength is reached around age 30. After that bone density has a tendency to decrease as you get older. That’s partly because as you age your body absorbs calcium less effectively.

Approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis. That said, there are things you can do to prevent bone loss or slow down the process. They include a combination of the food you eat and physical activity.

Meal Planning, Grocery Shopping and Healthy Eating Tips

In last week’s blog post I recommended you to go through your pantry and get rid of all the tempting and unhealthy foods. Now I want to share some tips for filling your cupboards with foods that support a healthy body and mind and help you plan your meals.


Steps to Remove Unhealthy Foods From Your Home

What you eat is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Food is fuel! It is your energy source. If you need to make improvements to the way you eat please read this carefully.


4 Ways to Support a Healthy Immune System

Throughout 2020, and since the start of the pandemic, I’ve been surprised more people aren’t talking about immune health. Having and maintaining a healthy immune system are always beneficial but even more so when there is a world wide health crisis. Winter weather and colder temperatures are another good reason to make sure your immune system is strong.

When your immune system is strong it helps keep you healthy. It is your body’s natural defense mechanism. Like other systems in the body, as you get older your immune function declines. That means you need to be even more diligent about supporting and strengthening your immune system.


A Quick, Healthy Dinner Idea

One of my go-to meals when in a hurry is a Grain Bowl. They’re super easy to make, allow for creativity and are very nutritious.

To create a Grain Bowl you’ll need:
  • A grain (pretty obvious I know)
  • Fresh greens
  • Vegetables
  • Sauce
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