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June 04, 2019
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Eating Healthy

How to get more fruit in your diet: Skip the cookies and add a fruit to your lunch, top your cereal or yogurt with fruit and add it to your cooking.

How to get more veggies in your diet: Serve more salads, pre-chop vegetables for easy snacking, incorporate vegetables into favorite like mac and cheese, meatloaf and more.

The best foods are ones that don’t come with a list of ingredients.

Instead of worrying about what you should remove from your diet, think about the healthy things you want to add. The more health additions you add, the healthier your diet will become.

Consider planting your own vegetable garden. It encourages healthy eating and maintaining your garden is good exercise.

Motivating Quotes:

“I want to know why, if men rule the world, they don’t stop wearing neckties.”
--- Linda Ellerbee”

“I’d like to live like a poor man, only with lots of money.”
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“I hate housework! You make the beds, you do the dishes – and six months later you have to start all over again.”
--- Joan Rivers

REPORT: "Aging Analysis Helps You Turn Back the Clock"

No one likes looking older as they get older. It’s not fun to feel older either. What most people do to counteract aging is to develop an action plan.

Having a plan to combat the appearance and effects of aging is a great idea.

But before you come up with a plan, you need to know where your problem areas are. This way, you can be informed and know what course of action you need to take to turn back the clock.

Head to Toe Skin Analysis for Signs of Aging

You don’t have to be in your forties or fifties for the signs of aging to hit. It can begin as early as the twenties and depending on your lifestyle, your skin can age rapidly.

Their skin is the first place most people notice aging but unless you check frequently for signs of aging, some of them can sneak up on you. Then when you look in the mirror, you’re surprised by what you see.

The key to looking and feeling young is to check for signs of aging so you’ll know how to deal with them.

You’ll want to start by doing an analysis from the top of your head all the way down to your toes.

Look for dry skin or flakes on the skin. Dry skin is a common sign of aging because your body is no longer able to hold onto the moisture the way it once did.

As you grow older, you lose collagen and that plays an important role in keeping the skin moist, plump and younger looking.

As you do your analysis, you might see that the skin on your face looks different.

This is because your complexion changes as you age. You might have always had a smooth, even complexion but lately, you’ve noticed some red or blotchy areas on your face.

These are signs of aging that are often overlooked. Age spots are also common. You’ll see darkening areas of the skin.

These blotches can vary in color from light red to light brown to dark brown and they can appear anywhere on the face.

Check your skin for signs of wrinkles. You’ll notice these more often as you age in particular areas.

On the face, you’ll see wrinkles around the edges of the lips. This again, is related to collagen loss.

Your skin loses the elasticity. It’s sort of like the same way the elastic in a skirt’s waistband loses its fit.

Once the elastic is stretched out over time because of use, you can’t get back the same shape.

Unless you replace the elastic. On the face, you’ll notice that you have deeper bags under the eyes and the skin will appear darker there. You might also notice droopy eyelids.

Crows’ feet can also appear as a sign of aging. You’ll notice these fine lines extending from the outer edges of the eyes. They can give the eye area a puckered appearance.

The skin on your face will start to sag as a sign of aging. You’ll see this on the cheek area near your jawline.

When you do a skin check on your neck, you might see what’s commonly referred to as crepey neck.

The skin gets loose and it usually shows up in the center of the neck area. When you do a skin analysis on the back of your hands, hold them out straight and relaxed.

Wrinkles and fine lines will show up and so will loose areas of the skin. You’ll see the loose skin around the knuckles and back middle portion of the fingers. Age spots are common the backs of the hands as well as on the arms.

A sign of aging on the skin around the feet is usually wrinkles and saggy skin around the inner ankle part of the foot. You’ll also notice dry, itchy skin on the legs.

Lab Work to Uncover Issues Associated with Aging

As you grow older, you’ll usually feel some changes, but not always. That’s why it’s so important that you stay on top of lab work to make sure your body is functioning as it should.

As you grow older, vitamin depletion can be a problem.

Sometimes, it’s because you don’t get enough of the right foods containing the vitamins. Other times, it can be because of an absorption problem.

As you age, your digestive system doesn’t always work as well as it once did. It’s as important for your vitamin levels to be stable as you age as much as it is when you’re younger.

A lack of the right amount of vitamins can cause health problems and even speed up the aging process.

If you have a lack in the right amount of Vitamin D, it can lead to faster aging.

You can also experience health problems associated with aging if you have a lack of the right amount of vitamins B-6 and B-12. A lack of B-12 can cause vision loss.

It can also cause anemia, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet. Plus, a lack of this vitamin can cause you to become more prone to falling.

Not having enough B-12 can also lead to difficulty with the memory and other cognitive problems.

A simple blood test at your doctor’s office can determine if you could be facing issues because of aging.

Your hormones change as you get older and you can run the risk of developing certain conditions because of these age related changes.

You’ll want to have your thyroid function tested. Thyroid disease is more common in older people than in younger ones.

If you experience fatigue, feeling cold, especially in the hands and feet, weight gain, thinning hair and feelings of depression, you need to have your thyroid levels tested.

Progesterone levels should be tested as you age because an imbalance in this hormone can lead to cognitive problems, insomnia and mood swings.

A hormone imbalance is common with aging and treatment can help you feel better.

Higher cholesterol counts are common in older people than in younger and this is sometimes associated with the body’s inability to process glucose well.

You can develop diabetes from becoming insulin resistant as you age and a blood test can confirm whether or not you have these issues.

Taking Stock of Your Social Situation as You Grow Older

Aging can bring with it the desire to reflect on your life. You should take stock of what’s going on in your life and self check to see if what you’re doing and the way you’re living is contributing to your well being and your happiness or detracting from it.

Social situations are important as you age. They help keep you mentally sharp and prevent you from withdrawing which can lead to depression. Most people are happy with the career that they’ve chosen.

They find fulfillment in the work that they do as well as enjoy the association of their colleagues. However, not enjoying your career, dreading what you do can accelerate aging.

If you don’t enjoy your career and it makes you question whether or not it’s where you belong, this can cause you to become stressed and stress always shows up on the skin.

Your career should make you feel fulfilled and it should make you happy.

It should be something that you look forward to instead of something that makes you feel tired and emotionally drained.

Some people think that as they age, they should stick with whatever career they have whether they’re happy or not because the idea of starting over can be intimidating.

But it’s better to begin again and be part of something you really enjoy doing than stick with a career that ages you and you find no enjoyment from. Isolation can be a big problem with some people as they age.

This is especially true if you’re reached the point where you’ve decided it’s time to retire.

Most people aren’t prepared emotionally for the sudden lack of social interaction they once had when they were in the workforce.

When you’re isolated from your peers and from others, it can raise your risk of dying. Not only that, it can also affect your mood.

People who live a more isolated life style often experience feelings of anxiety and depression.

There is a link between emotional problems, stress, and high blood pressure. Plus, as you age, without social interaction, you can lose brain stimulation. This puts you at a higher risk for cognitive problems.

Isolation affects the happiness level and leads to pessimism, negative thinking and ultimately can cause you to lose interest in yourself and your surroundings.

This is why so many studies suggest staying both physically and mentally active as you age.

Volunteer or work part or full time if you’re able. Join community groups. Travel with friends, family or organizations.

There are many activities you can participate in, even if you feel isolated in terms of friends and family.

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REPORT: "Aging Analysis Helps You Turn Back the Clock" continued:

Give Yourself a Sleep Analysis as You Grow Older

Losing sleep can be tough at any age, but especially as you grow older. When you don’t get enough sleep, it can affect you mentally and physically.

It can also lead to chronic insomnia and mood issues such as anxiety and depression.

Many people aren’t even aware that they’re having sleep issues. They only know that when they wake, up they don’t feel rested. They go about their day fatigued and sleeping doesn’t give them any relief.

When you don’t get enough sleep, it can speed up the aging process and will show, especially on the skin.

You can determine if you’re getting the sleep that you need by simply checking to see if you feel rested and if you have the energy to get through the day.

If that’s the case, then you probably don’t have sleep issues. But you can tell if you’re not getting enough sleep because there are warning signs.

Unfortunately, some people don’t recognize the signs or they have them and blow them off.

You might think that needing a nap in the middle of the day is something that’s normal. Napping in the middle of the day isn’t normal if you do it because you have to. It can be a warning sign that you’re not getting the right amount of sleep.

Plus, if you do nap, then it can be harder to get to sleep once you go to bed for the night. If you feel the need to nap it can be a sign that you’re not getting enough sleep at night or it can signify that you might have a sleep disorder such as sleep apnea.

Falling asleep at night can be harder as you age because the melatonin production can be affected. You might recognize this if you fall asleep when you go to bed but you end up waking up because you can’t stay asleep.

You can determine if this is the case by having your melatonin levels tested. You can also track your sleep at home by using a sleep tracking device.

These devices range from simple bands that go around the wrist to devices that sit beside the bed to apps you can download on a smartphone.

The features of these devices will vary according to which one you choose. But many of them can tell what your body temperature is which is important to your sleep.

They can also track your sleep patterns and tell when you’re in REM or light sleep. This will show if your sleep is restful or not.

Plus, the devices show how long you were asleep and what your heart rate and breathing rate was. This information can be used to make changes that enable you to get a good night’s sleep.

Mobility and Energy Tests to Evaluate Physical Performance Over the Years

Some signs of aging will show up in how your body feels and its ability to perform everyday tasks. Your body will start to give off clues as you age that will let you know how well or how poorly your physical performance is.

If you find that you can longer do things as fast or as thoroughly as you once did, that can be a clue.

Mobility and energy changes don’t often occur rapidly or in such huge changes that you immediately notice them.

They can happen gradually and people begin to adjust their lifestyle without even realizing it to compensate for these changes. As you age, fatigue can become an issue.

Most people think that fatigue in association with aging is something that won’t happen until they’re in their seventies or eighties but it can begin as early as your forties.

Sometimes this fatigue is a direct result of fluctuating hormones, but not always.

Getting older causes some people to limit their physical activities but this is a catch- 22 situation because limiting your physical activities can actually lead you to feeling more fatigued.

Because the fear of falling can be a concern, as people age, they’ll also take longer to do certain tasks. This may or may not be because of an actual balance problem.

This carefulness can be a self-limiting mobility issue. It’s important to be careful but continue to do what you can do. The more active you are, the more energy you will have.

One of the first signs of mobility and aging is slowing down with the day to day tasks. For example, for some people, this means taking longer to walk from one point to another.

There are tests that can be performed to check the lower body strength to see if it’s declined such as the sit-to-stand test.

You can also test your mobility on a stair test to see how well you perform climbing up and down the stairs.

Joint pain can be a sign of several conditions but it’s widely known as a sign of aging. Inflammation can develop in the joints and the swelling pushes on nerves which can be what causes the pain.

Arthritis is a common cause of joint pain as you age and so are disc diseases and bone spurs. Some of the signs are pain in the fingers, in the knees, shoulders and ankles.

Conducting a frequent head to toe analysis to seek out early signs of aging will help prevent future problems and also give you a better chance of turning back the clock on issues that have already crept up over the years.

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Warren’s Notes :


Today we have been talking about healthy aging.

As we get older the things we have done over the years start to catch up with us. My bank sent me a letter not that long ago offering a seniors account with a special discount! Time keeps marching on!

On the other hand, I was in the gym at 7.00am this morning (as I am every Monday and Friday morning) and the weights lifted were a new personal best.

It seems to me that aging is not so much about the years as the level of wear and tear on our bodies and our psyche. I find now that I do not look back at the years gone but forward at the things still to be done.

As we are talking about this I need to mention the long term effect of good nutrition as a key underlying factor in healthy aging.

I'm travelling overseas at the end of this month and I went to the doctor to see about vaccinations etc. She organized that and told me that it is too long since I had blood tests and wrote a script for a full range of pathology to be run.

The results were that nothing was out of order in any of the tests: Cholesterol, sugar levels, prostate, liver function, etc, etc, etc.

She made some comment about living to 100.

The regular exercise has to be relevant to that but I am convinced that the core reason is broad spectrum nutrition supplementation for the last 25 years.

That is how long I have been using Herbalife products. Originally I started to use them for energy, I was so tired, then it became something that I do every day, start the day with a nutrition shake and a little handful of nutrition tabs (tablets).

I have a few people around me who have also been using the suppliments for nearly as long. One of the ladies is in her 70's and she says she cannot mix with people her own age as they are just too old. She goes line-dancing with a group of 50-year-olds.

When looking at ways to keep healthy over the long run, I suggest that you make sure that you have your daily nutrition as high as you get it. The doctors all have their opinions about the value of nutrition supplients but I base my own view on the fact that I find it is much easier to get out of bed and do things in the morning now in my 60's than it was in my 30's.

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Have a Laff!


I have been in many places, but I've never been in Cahoots. Apparently, you can't go alone. You have to be in Cahoots with someone else.

I've also never been in Cognito. I hear no one recognizes you there.

I've never been in Tolerable, either. Good thing, 'cause I don't think I could stand it there!

I have, however, been in Sane. They don't have an airport; you have to be driven there. I have made several trips there, thanks to my friends, family and work.

I would like to go to Conclusions, but you have to jump, and I'm not too much on physical activity anymore.

I have also been in Doubt. That is a sad place to go, and I try not to visit there too often.

I've been in Flexible, but only when it was very important to stand firm.

Sometimes I'm in Capable, and I go there more often as I'm getting older.

One of my favorite places to be is in Suspense! It really gets the adrenaline flowing and pumps up the old heart! At my age I need all the stimuli I can get!

And, sometimes I think I am in Vincible, but life shows me I am not!

I have been in Deepshit many times; the older I get, the easier it is to get there.

In Debt is another place I have been very consistently throughout my life, not sure I like it but it seems to be an unavoidable place to be.

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