The Best Workouts to Burn Fat & Lose Those Inches from Your Waist! The middle age spread is unhealthy and it makes you look older than you really are. Yup, that middle age spread or what’s commonly known
How to Speed up Your Metabolism Naturally You know, a couple of years ago, I found that I could no longer fit into my pants, jeans and shorts that I was able to wear comfortably in my 30s and
Physical Fitness for Seniors: Week 6 Resistance Training Progression! If you’ve been following my series of strength building articles for senior newbies, you’d probably have guessed that this is the follow-up from my last blogpost where I touched on
How to Progress in Strength Training for Seniors In my last blogpost I outlined 4 very good simple strength training exercises that can be performed in the comfort of your home or if you’re traveling in your hotel room.
Resistance Training for Beginners: 4 Excellent Movements for Seniors In my last blogpost I wrote extensively on the 6 reasons why we seniors should start strength or resistance training and how it’ll benefit our health and enable us to be
Strength Training for Seniors: 6 Great Reasons why You Should Start After an absence of nearly a year, I’m finally back! Why the absence? It’s a very long story and part of it is connected to my new
Dangers of Calcium Supplements If you’ve been a regular reader of my articles, you’d have noticed that my main thrust has always been and still is the prevention of chronic diseases through low carb and other similar diets.
How to Treat Hypertension Naturally Hypertension or high blood pressure is a chronic condition that can damage your heart in the long run if left untreated. It is also a risk factor in heart disease and stroke. According
5 Strategies on How to Lower Triglycerides You’ve heard it all before from your doctor who says that your triglycerides and LDL cholesterol are too high and you need to lower them. “But I’ve been on a low
How Safe is Red Yeast Rice? Red yeast rice has been touted as a natural and safe alternative to statins for folks with elevated levels of cholesterol. It’s a reddish purple fermented rice and has been used in