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Our human body is a beautiful, intricate system that functions at its best when WE INVEST in OURSELVES! When we INVEST IN OURSELVES, when we consciously care for each part of the whole: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self. If we neglect even just one seemingly small part of our body's system, our whole body tends not to function at its highest potential.
To enjoy a long, healthy and vibrant life, embrace these ten key areas: Love yourself..keep learning...laugh...exercise..eat well and healthy.
Floss your teeth...etc.
Treat and Heal depression...etc.
De-mess to De-stress...etc,
Connect with your spiritual self...etc.
Those of us on the Feisty Side of Fifty know we need to take extra good care of our bodies and our minds as we age. Join us as Dr. Ayati, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, and Dr. Azarani, CEO and Founder of Protogen Consulting, join us to share the latest research findings and tips from their book, Paths to Healthy Aging.
If you want to stay healthy, fit and functioning into your 80s, 90s and beyond, you won’t want to miss this show!
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me and the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of Healing Through Love Seminars, Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me Relationship System and the upcoming 30 Day Love Challenge.
Today I am speaking with John vanZyl, an entertainer whose work I have observed through my blogging tribe. At 6yrs of age his family emigrated to Australia from Holland. His father, a bricklayer, was seeking a new life for his family, away from war torn Europe. From an early age John was hooked on music, listening to such music greats as The Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis. to name a few. And then his dream of becoming another famous musician blossomed when he was 12 and his family moved to the big smoke, the big city of Adelaide. From age 16 until now, at the age of 68, John’s life has revolved around music playing all sorts of roles and gigs. Starting as a drummer, he switched to vocals, later back to drums for about five years. He played piano for 5 years and classical guitar and even taught guitar for about 6 years. No matter what he tried, look out into a big audience and see all the people out there with big smiles on their faces having a great time. Now he performs the role of Mic
Join us as we discuss health, money and lifestyle for the aging population. Are you preparing for your retirement? Are you health conscious, staying in shape? We are living longer and longer. Lets talk about making aging easier and comfortable.
And of course we must talk about 2 major anniversaries that recently passed; Katrina and Emmet Till.
Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where health and wellness are one. I am an educator, speaker, author, fitness trainer and passionate about healthy living.
Gift: at the end
What exactly is sleep? What is it's definition? (Wikipedia)
How much sleep do we need to feel good the next morning?
Rule of thumb:
Newborns (0-3months) 14-17 hours
Infants (4-11 months) 12 - 15 hours
Toddlers (1-2 years) 11 - 14 hours
Preschoolers (3-5 years) 10 - 13 hours
School-age children (6-13 years) 9 - 11 hours
Teenagers (14-17 years) 8 - 10 hours
Young Adults (18-25 years) & Adults (26-64 years) 7 - 9 hours
Older Adults (65 and over) 7 - 8 hours.
Why is sleep so important in our lives?
~60% of waste products produced during sleep, body recovers, skin restores,
Lack of sleep: slows down healing process, motor skills are slower, tremors from lack of sleep or too much caffeine....
Why does good sleep improve our health?
Where do you sleep the best, your own bed or anywhere? Why? Mattress, pillow, blanket, different bed, unfamiliar room, ...
Who decides on whether or not we sleep well?
For children it's the parents......
For adults..... they decide.....
Good, deep, and solid sleeps makes you feel so good that you can say upon waking up in the morning:
"Today is the best day of my life again!!!"
Answer the above questions for yourself and see where you can improve.
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Until next week!
Stay healthy and be empowered!
There is a healthy chocolate that is changing the lives of many people. Hear from those who have been changed by this healthy chocolate. Hosted by celebrity chef Charles Mattocks see on such shows as CNN, Dr Oz, The today show and many other well known nationwide shows. Charles share his thoughts and how this had helped his health and how his sharing with others has brought new meaning to his life. For more info on Charles and the chocolate visit http://charlesmattocks.com and for more on the chocolate visit http://newcoolchoc.com
Georgette Taylor will be sharing with us about what it means to live a dynamic life as a healthy woman. Her trails that bought her to this point today!
I am Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where fun, family, health and wellness are one. I am an Author, Speaker, Educator, nurse, Fitness Trainer, TV and Radio Show Host and passionate about healthy living.
What does make us healthy & happy?
digest the food completely
elimination just to mention a few.
What else should you know about the test?
The following are general guidelines. Talk to your doctor about your target cholesterol levels. They may vary depending on your age, gender, health, and risk for certain health problems. Your doctor may recommend the following levels:
Total cholesterol: Lower than 170 mg/dL
LDL cholesterol: Lower than 110 mg/dL “Bad” cholesterol
HDL cholesterol: Higher than 40 mg/dL “Good” cholesterol
Triglycerides: Lower than 130 mg/dL
Why does cholesterol matter?
Your blood pressure.
Whether or not you have diabetes.
Your age, sex, and race.
Whether or not you smoke.
What affects cholesterol levels?
The foods you eat.
Who determines safety of new food ingredients?
How do we eat right?
All these blog talks are related to Get Healthy Now, a full circle healthy life that includes body, soul, and mind/spirit.
Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where fun, family, health and wellness are one. I am an Author, Speaker, Educator, Nurse, Fitness Trainer, TV and Radio Show Host and passionate about healthy living
Today,s topic is healthy & Happy in the Home and with the Family
A Family that Cooks Together, Stays Together!
Choose the activities according to age.
Use proper tools
Curious Chef; KidKraft; Sassafras Little Cook Children’s Kitchen Tools in Herb Pot Gift Set; Child Size Kitchen, Cookin
Before starting the activity, --> Family meeting. Assign the tasks according to age, skills, etc.
In the kitchen preparing a meal:
Washing the vegetables
Peeling the carrots, potatoes….
Cutting the vegetables
Making a salad…..
Baking a cake or a bread or cookies…..
Setting the table
Putting healthy water in a jug and on the table, etc. etc.
What does this teach us?
And, we spend the quality time together while learning so many different things and having fun.
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Until Next week! Stay Empowered!
Don't forget to join us tonight at 8PM EST. for a very special discussion on "What's Happening?...My Parents are Aging." Attorney Joyce Cheeks is going to share with us some very important information and essentials every person must know and have when their parents start to age. Set your alarm and don't miss this show.
Tune into Heart Secrets tonight at 8PM EST., for part 2 of "What's Happening?...My Parents are Aging." Attorney Joyce Cheeks is going to share with us some very important information and essentials every person must know and have when their parents start to age
Robert Kaplan of "OK 2 Age at Home" speaks with Robin and Joyce about modifications that can be made to one's home to make it safer for yourself, for an aging parent, or for anyone with a disability.
Our abilities change as we get older. Sometimes it is difficult to accept that our capabilities have changed, and to accept and face the "new normal." The most important thing it to avoid falling. The older we are, the more serious an injury a fall can create -- falling out of bed, falling on the steps, or in the bathroom. There are a number of modifications that can be made -- in ways that can enhance the value of the home -- that can make it safer and more realistic to remain at home.
We need first to consider: is this the place where I want to be? Is it accessible to grocery store and services? to social activities? or would it in fact be better to move?
If it's the right place to be, then is it possible to live on one floor? or to add a stair lift? Is it safe to get into the home? Should we add railings or a ramp?
Is the bathroom safe? Would it be wise to add grab bars, a shower seat, or a bathtub seat where you can sit first and swing your legs into the tub? Is the floor too slippery?
We discuss these issues and more on the Powerful Patient