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Horseman’s Health: Healthy Aging – Diet

By guest contributor Barb Swanson(author of Beyond Foods: The Handbook of Functional Nutrition) This is part 3 of 3 of this newsletter series contributed by Barb Swanson about healthy aging. There will be a bit of science and a few great hacks to help us all age as well as possible. If you missed the … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: Healthy Aging: Exercise

By guest contributor Barb Swanson (author of Beyond Foods: The Handbook of Functional Nutrition) Functional HealthWe look at the aging process through the lens of how our body is built to function. We believe our body is a whole, and that each part works with and is dependent on the rest. Three major areas that … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: Aging Gracefully by Eating Well

Diet is very important in aging gracefully. When we talk about aging gracefully that includes all the aspects of aging not just looking younger. Skin health is a part of the overall picture of aging gracefully, but brain health, bone health, joint health, energy level, cardiovascular health, and digestive health, just to name a few, … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: Aging Gracefully: Is Your Diet Aging You?

When you look in the mirror, what do you see – are you aging gracefully or do you look older than your years? If you don’t appear to be aging gracefully, consider looking at what you eat. Beyond that consider what you are actually digesting. After all, no matter what types of foods you have … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Health: 5 Ways to Prevent Memory Loss as a Part of Aging Gracefully

When looking at aging gracefully, memory loss is another brain function to consider. As we age, we’ve all had those moments when we forget what we wanted to say, can’t think of the right word, forget an appointment, can’t remember where we put something, suddenly realize we don’t know what the conversation around us is … Continue Reading »