Women on the Moveis a one-a-month series on this blog about women of retirement age who refuse to retire from life. Women who seek and embrace change. Women who stand at the bend in the road and, with a sense of adventure, impulsiveness, curiosity and courage, keep walking.
Coffee and Cocoa Rubbed Bison Tenderloin with Blueberry Shallot Chutney / Spinach Salad With Tuna, Radishes And Cara Cara Oranges / Kale, Sausage and Bean Soup - click headline
“For many of the risk factors for cognitive decline, nutrition and diet play an important role in either preventing them or reducing their effects,” says Beck, who has joined forces with the Women’s Brain Health Initiative to educate Canadians about the relationship between a healthy diet and a healthy brain. - click headline
Fitness gurus and former school teachers Roberta and Phil Snider offer a simple philosophy for better health and fitness: ‘Move more and eat real food - click headline
After a cardiac event “a rough guideline is, if a guy can climb a flight of stairs without feeling winded, post surgery – he's ready.” - click headline
An increasing number of Canadians are reaching the age of 100. Between 2006 and 2011, the rate of population growth for this age group was 25.7 per cent, the second most rapidly growing age group - click headline
With all the extra tasks that women (and some men) take on at this time of the year, how is it possible to maintain health, sanity, vigour and enjoy happy holidays? - click headline
A calmness takes over the brain, assisted by the fact that when you’re laughing you can’t possibly be worrying - click headline