Of course fitness is important at every age. As we get older, physical training is very helpful to maintain mobility, improve balance and keep strong. Training helps to retain and increase bone density, which is very important for healthy aging. Core strength training is very important to stabilize and protect the spine, increase agility and make every day movements easierץ
Category Archives: Healthy Aging
Your 2023 Microbiome Diet Resolution
The New Year is here and so are all the crazy, restricted 30-day diets promising miraculous weight loss and a return to youth. While the details vary, these New Year’s resolutions diets have one thing in common: they all prey on our very human desire to look and feel our best at every age. OfContinue reading “Your 2023 Microbiome Diet Resolution”
Easy Tofu Tips + Everyday Tofu Recipe
If you have wistfully picked up a box of fresh tofu in the supermarket only to put it down again because it would “just sit in your refrigerator,” this is for you.
Getting to No: Thinking (a bit) like a Cat
“No” is one of the most important words in our vocabulary, and we should not be afraid to use it.
Crunchy Tofu Salad
You don’t have to sauté or marinade tofu to enjoy it. Whenever you find yourself short on time or just don’t want to cook, this is a super easy and delicious way to add healthy protein to a green salad. This is my favorite cold Crunchy Tofu Salad recipe, provided by special request. If youContinue reading “Crunchy Tofu Salad”
My Dad’s 3rd Yartzheit
Whatever our own talents and accomplishments we stand on the shoulders of giants, including our own parents. While we consider Abraham and Sarah the first Jewish Patriarch and Matriarch, in actuality it was Terah who first pulled up stakes and started the journey.
Parenting 360 – Take 4: Critical Importance of Medication Review
Reviewing medications on a regular basis is incredibly important. If you don’t feel comfortable doing the necessary research yourself, ask a pharmacist, psychiatric nurse or physician. But get it done.
Your 2nd Middle Age: What are you doing for the next 20+ years of your life?
Do you remember that one kid in school who seemed preternaturally grown up, like a middle-aged adult? While life does not start in the middle for most of us, many people see their Middle Age years in retrospect as their most productive stage of life. This Middle Age is generally defined as the years betweenContinue reading “Your 2nd Middle Age: What are you doing for the next 20+ years of your life?”