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5 Top Juicing Recipes for Energy

5 Top Juicing Recipes for Energy

Need more oomph in your step? Instead of guzzling caffeine, soda or harmful energy drinks, try these delicious juicing recipes for energy! They are quick and easy-to-make, so they’re great for drinking in the car on the way to work.

3. Fueling Activity

Nutrition Gives You an Edge
Healthy eating habits can help keep you energized and ready to be active. What, when, and how much you eat can greatly affect your ability to perform different physical activities, not to mention your ability to maintain good health. The composition of your meals and snacks,

1. Building the Active Body

Aging Strong and Gracefully
If you’re concerned about how old you look or how old you feel, you might be tempted to search for the fountain of youth in anti-aging supplements, face creams, or spa treatments. In truth, two of the most effective—and inexpensive—things you can do to hold on to

Eating for Energy: Foods for Fuel

Energy drinks, energy bars, candy, and processed snacks fill the grocery and convenience store shelves and promise to provide quick and delicious energy. The problem with many of these products is that the boost of energy relies on refined grains, sugar, and caffeine. While these choices can provide a quick

The Dangers of Dehydration: Swollen Eyes and a Shrunken Brain

The Dangers of Dehydration: Swollen Eyes and a Shrunken Brain

Busy lifestyles and processed foods and beverages cause nearly all of us to become chronically deprived of water and susceptible to the dangers of dehydration.[1] Although they are not the only organs affected by lack of water, the brain and eyes are especially vulnerable to the following conditions:

Obstruction of blood

Is My Daytime Sleepiness Really Narcolepsy?

Is My Daytime Sleepiness Really Narcolepsy?

The term “narcolepsy” may conjure up almost comical images of someone falling asleep in the middle of a conversation. But this sleeping disorder is no laughing matter to those who struggle with it. Narcolepsy symptoms include more than excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). They include bouts of muscle weakness (cataplexy) and

Fighting Unwanted Weight Loss

Seeing you’re down several pounds or finding your clothes are fitting looser may sound like a good thing—but not when you aren’t trying to lose weight. Unwanted weight loss is of special concern in aging since it could point to an undiagnosed illness, leave you prone to infections or decrease

Q&A: Protein; Raw Fish; Fruit and Diabetes; Nut Butters

Q. I read in your newsletter that older people may need more protein than the recommended 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight to maintain muscle mass as they age. How much more, at age 75, might I need? Is 1.0 gram per kilogram of body weight too much?
A. Martha

Activity Benefits Go Beyond Weight Loss

If you’re looking for motivation to get up off the couch, the results of a large new European study may be just what you need to lace up those walking shoes. Even a moderate amount of exercise—the equivalent of a daily brisk 20-minute walk—was associated with significant reductions in mortality

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