On Health and Fitness. I’ve been reading a lot lately. In the process, I discovered some great books for those of us who want to make our 50’s some of our best years. These are not ‘diet’ books. These are ‘nuture’ books. I don’t want to be seventeen again. However, I do want to be the heathiest, fittest and strongest fifty-something woman I can be.
The following books impacted me in ways that allow me to maintain and improve my health. Consequently, I highly recommend them.
- Strong Women, Strong Bones, Updated
- Love Yourself Thin: The Revolutionary Spiritual Approach to Weight Loss
- Strong Women Stay Slim
- Fit from Within: 101 Simple Secrets to Change Your Body and Your Life–Starting Today and Lasting Forever
On Health and Fitness
When I was experiencing hormonal symptoms that confused and even scared me I went in search of a text to help sort out the myth from fact. Hidden among the dictionary-sized medically oriented tomes and cutesy ‘you can be sexy at fifty’ schlock, I found The Only Menopause Guide You’ll Need. A little book on the big change! It is aptly titled.
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