Is aging to blame for mid-life weight gain? A new study says think again.

 “Science is not truth. Science is finding the truth. When science changes its opinion, it didn’t lie to you. It learned more.” Many folks read headlines and think scientists never get it right. A new study published in Science changes what we know about aging and weight gain. Some people won’t’ like the bottom-line ofContinue reading “Is aging to blame for mid-life weight gain? A new study says think again.”

Can’t sleep? Proven tips to help you get a restful night’s sleep.

“About 50 to 70 million Americans have sleep disorders, and 1 in 3 adults do not regularly get the recommended amount of uninterrupted sleep they need to protect their health.” National Institutes of Health Eat well, move well, and be well are three pillars of Food & Fitness After 50. This blog contains loads ofContinue reading “Can’t sleep? Proven tips to help you get a restful night’s sleep.”

Clarity on Collagen Supplements: Do They Live Up to the Claims?

From infomercials touting “ancient remedies” to A-list celebrities endorsing the benefits, collagen supplements are hot. Let’s remember that supplements do not have to prove they work to be on the market. That means those rows of supplements sold in your favorite store or thousands of products sold online do not have to prove that theyContinue reading “Clarity on Collagen Supplements: Do They Live Up to the Claims?”

Should You Hire a Personal Trainer? What You Need to Know.

A new year brings new fitness goals. When coupled with the pandemic, some of us may need motivation to get back to or start a workout routine.  I’m reaching out to two personal trainers to ask them why you should hire a personal trainer, what you should know, what you should ask, and what resultsContinue reading “Should You Hire a Personal Trainer? What You Need to Know.”