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  1. How tuning in to your ‘gut-brain’ connection can help to manage mental health issues

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    By health expert and author Sara Davenport Brain health has never seemed such a priority.  We are facing a tsunami of metal health problems – statistics show that one in four people (in the UK) will suffer from anxiety and depression in any given year. On top of that, the dementia epidemic facing our increasingly ageing population has become as frightening as the threat of cancer. Only recently (18th February 2020), a report by Alzheimer Europe has revealed that “the number of people with dementia is set to double by 2050”. I frequently get asked about the connection between the brain and the gut on my blog (www.reboothealth.co.uk), and it’s a subject that I’ve written extensively about in my latest book...
  2. How a Mediterranean Diet Can Help You to Lose Weight and Improve Your Health

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      Mediterranean diets claim that they’ll keep you fit and healthy, and they’ve got centuries of evidence backing them up. Whether you prefer Spanish or Greek cuisine, this is one approach to eating healthy for life over 50. Read on to discover the major benefits of eating like a Mediterranean, ways to get started, and tips for incorporating more of their healthy lifestyle into your life. Major Benefits of a Mediterranean Diet Lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes. Like any healthy living plan, a Mediterranean diet helps fights metabolic syndrome. You’ll lower your odds for developing diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other serious conditions. Improve your emotional well being. Civilizations around the Mediterranean basin have helped teach the world the importance of eating together to...
  3. Inspire Your Weight Loss Journey This Week – Quotes to keep you on track

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        Coming up with great resolutions for a new decade can be tough. When it comes to coming up with better habits for your life, weight loss is often up there as a number one priority after Christmas.    Most of us indulge maybe a little too much over the festive season, and getting back to a healthy weight and lifestyle is key for a happy and healthy life. While most of us will head straight for the vegetables and shake that weight drinks, some of us can find it a little more difficult to motivate ourselves and get started.    If towards the middle of January you are still struggling to inspire yourself to eat healthily,...
  4. The Importance of Independence In Age (And How To Keep It)

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    Age comes for us all, naturally. We will do what we can to keep a healthy body and mind, but we also have to be aware of how our lifestyle is likely to change as we get older. We are living longer, but what things can we do today to ensure those extra years we have  later are quality years. One of the most important factors of all is independence. How long can we fully control our lives, and how do we make sure we get the assistance we need as that control begins to fade over time? Let’s look at a few tips on maintaining your independence for as long as you can. These tips are also useful to bear in mind when...
  5. 8 Easy Ways To Get Fit Without Joining The Gym

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    Whether you were a gym bunny in your youth or avoided it at all costs, it’s safe to say that exercise is still an essential part of a healthy lifestyle even if it wasn’t previously a top priority. However, being older and wiser, we tend to look at everything a little differently. Exercise might still be an important aspect of your life, but the way you exercise now can offer better results compared to the strenuous routines you used to put yourself through.    If the gym was a place, you never entered in your younger years and still don’t want to, that’s fine too. You don’t have to be in the gym every day to feel the benefits of exercise. With busier...
  6. Fitness over 50: How to Make Daily Exercise a Habit

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      Everyone can benefit from daily exercise and its never too late to start. Any new habit may have challenging beginnings, but in time, nearly anything can become habitual. In this case, we’re talking about a habit that has incredible benefits, so let’s see what you can do to get exercising every day! Tips for making exercise a habit Schedule it. The number one reason people claim they don’t exercise regularly is a lack of time. You make time for a variety of other things every day: eating meals, taking a shower, driving to and from work, television, and more. So make an appointment with yourself to get the exercise your body needs to be as healthy as it can possibly be. Find a workout buddy. The number...
  7. A Review of Future You FocusZen supplements to help with Brain Fog

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    Review by Ceri Wheeldon One of the many symptoms that women in their 50s say they suffer from is ‘Brain Fog’. The ability to concentrate for extended periods of time is affected in part due to hormonal changes which affect cognition, and in part due to fatigue through lack of sleep – a common symptom of the menopause for those suffering hot flushes at night. We are possibly the first generation of women to continue working through to retirement age, and so brain fog is perhaps more talked about now than previously.  Brain fog may not be overwhelming – but there is that feeling that you just aren’t running on all cylinders. If you are used to being constantly on the go,...
  8. How Ballet Based Movement can benefit in our 50s and beyond. Simple exercises for beginners

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    Article by Susan Jacobson Ballet Based Movement is a series of online ballet exercises for beyond 50s and beginners. Set up by mother and daughter, Elizabeth and Susan Jacobson, the focus is on strength, balance, flexibility and enjoyment of dance exercise for anyone. Why Ballet Based Movement Ballet Based Movement is one of the few comprehensive ballet classes online aimed at the beyond 50s and beginners. The exercises can be done anytime, anywhere. And they are specifically for anyone, no matter your fitness, strength and mobility level. A Beginners Ballet series and a Seated Ballet series are offered. Each series is accompanied by individual video tutorials which break down the exercise and helps the dancer to focus on the right muscles, and move in...
  9. Dr Marilyn Glenville’s essential shopping list for foods that will help you keep your weight under control

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    Shop & Cook Wisely with The UK’s Leading Nutritionist – Dr Marilyn Glenville 5 Ingredients To Always Have On Your Shopping List… Dr Marilyn Glenville believes shopping and cooking wisely to be an integral part of living well and converting from diet culture to a healthy way of life. Variety is key to enjoying your food and eating for health and weight control. In an ideal world, we would all shop at small retailers offering local, organic produce but that isn’t always practical. Marilyn believes the key to shopping is simple: buy your food in its most natural state. Ask yourself what had happened to the food and drink before it reached the shops – try to buy organic to...
  10. 10 Ways To Take Better Care Of Your Health

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      It used to be that we would typically only think about our health if something went wrong. Our approach to health was to cure rather than prevent illness. It was very much about reacting to negative symptoms and situations.  Taking care of your health became a serious business. If you were actively looking to improve your health, it was typically because there was something wrong with you. These days, we know so much more about health and how to actively improve your health, at any age, and at any time.  There is so much more information available at our fingertips via the internet, and even employers recognise that there are benefits to them in providing wellbeing programmes to create a healthy environment for employees to work...
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