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Boomers Health Issues

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  • It's amazing how many people, baby boomers included, are starting to take note of their health - it's quite motivating.

    I mean just look at the life expectancy today versus 50 years ago. Things are headed in the right direction, but we have a long ways to go.

    Getting out and exercising and eating better is the best thing you can do to get started, no matter who you are - young or old.

  • Nice post. You have put all the required information in one page. Diet combined with right vitamins is the best solution to normal health problems.

  • Thank you for all the informative information on your article, I can say I learn some new here today from the poat ''Boomers Healthy Eating Tips'' especially which that provides some healthy habits to follow.

  • Some great suggestions here for good reads on BB health and fitness. Dietcount.com also outlines some tips for diet scheduling and losing weight fast.

  • You are never too old to start looking after yourself.
    It takes time to get in to fitness but by doing a little bit each day, you can soon get to a level of fitness that works well for you.

  • Good Content ! Easily understand boomers health issues technique. so it's very useful. There are common boomers health issues : 1) high blood pressure
    2) high cholesterol
    3) obesity
    4) Dementia/Alzheimer’s
    5) Osteoporosis
    6) Heart Disease
    7) Cancer
    8) Joint Issue
    9) Stroke
    10) Stress
    Thanks for sharing information !

  • Great stuff to know. I have seen a lot of boomers with sulfite and hive issues. So strange not sure why!?

  • Thank you for the links you shared. I will make sure to browse them and go over some of your other posts.

    I do believe that boomers health is really important to talk about. Their health is really frail and activity such as exercise could help as a way to deal with stress.

    Thank you for sharing this information!

  • I'm enjoying these articles and forwarding them to my parents as we speak. I am about to look into that "Weight of the Nation" documentary mentioned in one post. Thanks!