Monthly Archives: April 2014

Speaking of calcium

Until doing some research for this blog, I knew that calcium was important to our health and well-being. What I did not realize was just how important it is. Did you realize that calcium is the most plentiful mineral found … Continue reading

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What else can I do?

According to the website http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/004015.htm, the rest of what a caretaker or family member can do for their elderly clients or family is to not only provide them with a well-balanced diet, full of nutrients needed to stay healthy, but … Continue reading

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My three steps for healthier living

As I have mentioned in the past, my knowledge lent me to develop a three-step plan for my clients when it comes to their health – with any aspect of their health. First and foremost, it is essential that senior … Continue reading

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The effect of aging changes

If you haven’t paid attention in the past, simply because you didn’t necessarily have to, as people age, there is a greater possibility for them to break bones; hips, shoulders and knees. Joints and muscles can also become inflamed and … Continue reading

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How age affects us all

Bone density, joint pain and muscle aches are all effects of our age. Our skeletal systems help to add structure to bodies. Joints help bones keep uniform and flexible; being able to move but not come into direct contact with … Continue reading

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Muscles and joints also ache

Besides bone structure changing and causing pain and discomfort, people’s muscles and joints change over time as well. The inner changes can range from minor stiffness to severe arthritis. The outer changes are much more evident. There are many physical signs … Continue reading

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How important is bone density?

So many physical changes occur as we age. People tend to pay attention to the changes that they can physically see and don’t really think about those changes occurring internally – such as bone density. Our skeletons are the support … Continue reading

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