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Fitness and Health

I write about and post information geared towards mid life men and women who are interested in regaining health, losing weight and improving or maintaining fitness.

But is mid-life really any different than doing this when we were 20 or 30? Absolutely!

The human body, although an amazing entity will need additional attention as we age.

It will need thoughtful nutrition support, the right amount and type of fuel. This fuel must be proportionate to how much activity we get.

Activity becomes increasingly important as we move away from our youthful days. Our bodies are less adaptable to being sedentary and consistency is key.

So what is the key to health, wellness and fitness into the middle years?

Clean eating and an active lifestyle. This is not meant to sound trite. On the contrary it is the only way.

If you’d like more information on how to change your life in the next few months, comment ‘book’ below and I will send you additional information!

How To Lower Blood Sugar

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At mid-life, if we have not exercised regularly and have indulged in the Standard American Diet (SAD) diet we may soon face the fact that our blood sugar is increasing and we are at risk for diabetes.

My friends at HVMN have graciously shared a fantastic article How To Lower Blood Sugar.

Mid-life is often when we begin to notice that we are unable to do what we used to do. Our joints ache and we are just plain tired.

It does not have to be that way. A healthy lifestyle which means the right diet and movement plan, will ensure that you move into retirement as healthy as you can be.

In my book, Second Chance at Health: Learn to Love Active Living and Clean Eating, I help you discover those very programs. I have easy to follow flow charts that help you identify the right program for you.

I hope you enjoy the article!

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