Well Rounded Exercise Is Best For Seniors

29 04 2009

Exercise research has recently made the news once again. It should be no surprise that exercise is good for everybody, especially for seniors. The results of this new research has helped quantify exactly how much exercise is needed by older adults in order to remain healthy.
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Older Women Must Work Harder to Build Muscle Mass

19 06 2008

Older adults from midlife on lose one percent of their muscle mass each year. In order to maintain a high quality of life till the very end, every senior citizen should regularly engage in body building exercises. Older women due to genetic reasons have to work harder at building up their muscle mass according to a recent study, reports John H. Gohde.

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Beware of Cooking With Plastic

27 04 2008

Boiling plastic bottles in water can release a harmful chemical 55 times faster than normal, reports John H. Gohde.

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Intense Exercise Will Extend Your Life

20 04 2008

John H. Gohde reports that new research on middle-aged and elderly American veterans shows that exercise can dramatically prolong a man’s life.

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Mediterranean Diet During Pregnancy Benefits Children

12 04 2008

John H. Gohde asks: If a Mediterranean Diet is good for you, should it be any surprise that a Mediterranean diet consumed during pregnancy also has long term benefits for your children?

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John H. Gohde asks: Do you have a fat belly?

13 03 2008

An easy way to assess your health status is to take a good look at yourself in front of a full length, without any clothes on.

Belly Fat is Bad says John H. Gohde

John H. Gohde wants to know, if your belly is obviously sticking out. Abdominal obesity is the most dangerous form of being overweight that you can suffer from.

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John H. Gohde says Being Physically Fit Lowers Risk of Stroke

3 03 2008

The proof is all over the place, according to John H. Gohde. All anyone ever needs to do, is look for it. John recommends: “If you expect to enjoy your retirement than you better get off your arse now every once in a while and do something physical, such as walking.”

John H. Gohde reports that a recent health research study reported that if you were to examine the bell curve of physical fitness, those at the highest levels of physical fitness appear to have half the risk for stroke as those at the very low end of fitness.
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