As we age, we all make choices about our future health. Growing old doesn’t mean you have to become frail. You can still thrive & enjoy life.
Nancy shares her 7 tips for making the menopause transition a breeze.
Because of some of the evidence suggesting milk is unhealthy, I suggest you skip the cow’s milk.
Why did you write a book on bone health? Osteoporosis is a serious problem. One woman in six will fracture a hip during her lifetime, that’s a really high risk. A fairly large number of men will also suffer a hip fracture and once someone does, it's very common that their overall quality of life will decline. Sometimes it puts them on a much faster path to their eventual demise.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of mortality in the U.S. Heart disease and cancer combined, account for almost 50% of all deaths each year and affects nearly 14 million Americans.
It’s that time of year again. Many of us wake up and go to work in the dark. We work all day and return home in the dark.
The effect of animal protein on loss of bone calcium and its consequences for osteoporosis has been extensively shown for more than 2 decades.
Do we need more calcium in order to avoid osteoporosis, the progressive thinning of bones in the elderly? In the West we are certainly told so. The dairy industry vigorously promotes the suggestion that without its products we face an unpleasant and probably shrunken future.