Food & Fitness After 50: Meet Jean, the Dancing Queen

“I won’t be old till my feet hurt, and they only hurt when I don’t let ‘em dance enough, so I’ll keep right on dancing.” Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson,  U.S. Dancer Three days a week, I muddle through a dance aerobics class at the YMCA, along with about 20 other women. While I have two leftContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Meet Jean, the Dancing Queen”

Food & Fitness After 50: Being Vibrant at 60….or any age

I was intrigued when I saw Kim’s Facebook post, “31 Reasons Why I’m Vibrant at 60,” and knew I had to reach out to her for an interview. I’ve known Kim a long time, but haven’t talked to her for quite a while, so it was a good excuse to reconnect. Kim had the same joy,Continue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Being Vibrant at 60….or any age”

Food & Fitness After 50: The Best Way to Accelerate Recovery after Injury or Illness

Within the past months, three friends have been surprised, and not in a good way. One slipped on the stairs and shattered her ankle, one got the flu that knocked him out for about 3 weeks, and a third had dizzy spells that resulted in the need for a pacemaker. All were in their mid-60s,Continue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: The Best Way to Accelerate Recovery after Injury or Illness”

Food & Fitness After 50: International perspective on eating well, moving well, and being well

March is National Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Go Further with Food.” I am taking the prerogative of expanding National Nutrition Month to International Nutrition Month and going farther with food by introducing Catherine Saxelby from Australia. She graciously answered my questions and was the first international nutritionist to support Food & Fitness AfterContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: International perspective on eating well, moving well, and being well”