Food & Fitness After 50: Beat the Barriers

This post was written by Dr. Bob Murray, co-author of Food & Fitness After 50. “Move more and eat less” is the simplest advice for maintaining both a healthy body and a healthy body weight.  As simple as that advice might be, both sides of that equation can be fraught with complications.  However, none ofContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Beat the Barriers”

Food & Fitness After 50: Scary Foods

No, this isn’t about Halloween. It’s about all of the crazy headlines that pop up every time I’m online.  Whether it is the stories that appear on my web browser or that populate my Facebook or Instagram feeds, they all have the same theme. “Don’t eat this food because it will: (a) kill you, (b)Continue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Scary Foods”

Food & Fitness After 50: Conventional or Organic Produce for Good Health?

I am a failed vegetable gardener. Like many, I long for home grown tomatoes, lush green peppers, juicy melons, and a variety of squash in all shapes and colors. And, of course, I thought I could grow anything with just water, sunlight, and little love. I have a designated space with plenty of sun andContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Conventional or Organic Produce for Good Health?”

Food & Fitness After 50: Sam’s Story: Here’s to a Long Healthspan

This post was written by Dr. Bob Murray, co-author of Food & Fitness After 50. When he was 61, Sam’s right leg collapsed as he was getting out of bed, the result of a long-ago knee injury from playing lacrosse, damage (torn meniscus cartilage) that happened two months before he graduated from West Point inContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Sam’s Story: Here’s to a Long Healthspan”