Increase Your Sex Drive with These Foods

If you find that you’re frequently not in the mood, you might just need to increase your sex drive naturally by eating these foods! Black Raspberries – Both the berries and the seeds will are rich in phytochemicals that enhance both libido and sexual endurance. Eat a handful a day to keep bedroom boredom at… Read more »

Surprising Libido Boosters for Women

Okay ladies – let’s be frank. Loss of libido isn’t just a male issue. It affects many women as well. Here are some surprising libido boosters you can start trying right now. Bring the spark back to the bedroom! Scare Yourself – A study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, men and women find… Read more »

The Building Blocks of Fitness as You Age

As you age, regular exercise is more important than ever to your mind and body.

Staying active doesn’t need to be complicated. But it is important to mix various types of exercise. This will help reduce monotony thereby increasing your chances of sticking with it. But by changing things up, you will also increase the overall health benefits of the exercise. There are four building blocks of senior fitness and… Read more »

5 Common Senior Exercise Myths Debunked

As you get older, exercise becomes even more important for mobility. Even if you're wheel chair bound, you can still get in shape.

Just because you’re getting older, doesn’t mean you can’t exercise.  Below are five common exercise myths debunked. Myth 1: I’m going to get old no matter what, so there’s no point in exercising. Fact: Exercise and strength training helps you look and feel younger and stay active longer. Regular physical activity lowers your risk for… Read more »

It’s Never Too Late to Get in Shape

When the US Department of Health and Human Service’s introduced guidelines for physical activity in 2008, they included specific recommendations for older people. The guidelines encourage all Americans to engage in some sort of physical activity. For optimal health, they recommend a total of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity a week, or 75 minutes… Read more »

Fact Vs. Fiction: Older Adults and Exercise

Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you have to give up on exercise. But a lot of people do – just one out of four people between the ages of 65 and 74 exercise on a regular basis. Many people assume that they’re too out of shape or sick or tired or just plain… Read more »

7 Anti-Aging Foods You Have to Try

By making smarter food choices, you just might be able to add years to your life. There are many unknown variables when it comes to life expectancy, but by living a healthy lifestyle, getting exercise and eating a nutrient-rich diet, you can help slow the aging process and maybe even ward off age-related diseases such… Read more »

A New Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s

Researchers have discovered a new risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease: leaky blood vessels. An MRI study found that people experiencing mild problems with thinking and memory had much more leaky blood vessels in the hippocampus area of the brain. The study, published in the January 2015 issue of Neuron, also found that blood vessels in the… Read more »

Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Wrinkles

skin hydration and wrinkles

“We have to be able to grow up. Our wrinkles are our medals of the passage of life. They are what we have been through and who we want to be.” ~ Lauren Hutton   That doesn’t mean we have to embrace them whole-heartedly. Is it not every woman’s goal to defy the aging process? Here… Read more »


wrinkles imagery

Mark Twain once wrote, “Wrinkles merely indicate where smiles have been.” They are an inevitable (and often unwelcome) part of the aging process. As we get older, we start to see creases, folds or ridges in our skin. The first wrinkles to appear on our face tend to occur as a result of facial expressions… Read more »