Taking personal responsibility for managing your own health is critically important. This article is yet another example of why.
Why dieting can be dangerous if you’re over 60 (Listen in a web browser, or download an audio file).
One disturbing takeout for me was hearing how some people have been given poor nutritional advice by doctors, sometimes years previously, which adversely affected both their quality of life, and life expectancy.
Ngaire Hobbins has written a book: ([easyazon_link identifier=”B010KPJHQM” locale=”US” tag=”amzn06a-20″]Eat To Cheat Ageing: what you eat helps make ’60 the new 50′ and ’80 the new 70′[/easyazon_link]) and she can also be found on Twitter here: @NgaireHobbins.
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