National Senior Health & Fitness Day is a great opportunity to show that anyone can get into shape at any time, even if you’ve never exercised before, no matter your age.
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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Foods4BetterHealth.com, a new food and nutrition web site that believes in using food to heal and prevent disease and illness and help you live a long, happy life, is excited to announce its marking of National Senior Health & Fitness Day yesterday, May 29, 2013.
“National Senior Health & Fitness Day is a great opportunity to show that anyone can get into shape at any time, even if you’ve never exercised before, no matter your age,” says Foods4BetterHealth.com Health & Wellness Specialist, Dr. Kevin McLaughlin. “Simple dietary and lifestyle changes can truly make a difference in your life.” Dr. Kevin has seen this firsthand.
As a leading health coach, Dr. Kevin frequently advises seniors on how they can incorporate simple dietary changes—such as reducing junk food intake, and eating healthy whole grains, vegetables, and nuts—as well as lifestyle changes (such as beginning a fitness regimen) to improve their lives. He notes that these lifestyle changes have been linked to better mood, decreased risk of depression, and fewer diseases.
“Anyone, at any age, can get into shape,” says Dr. Kevin, “although it may seem daunting. However, National Senior Health & Fitness Day is a perfect opportunity to find out how one can incorporate small changes to live a long and healthy life.”
In addition to lifestyle and dietary changes, Dr. Kevin recommends seniors check out community exercise programs, since social support can help seniors get into shape, and also that they meet with a health coach or advisor. “Seniors will notice the differences right away,” he says.
Foods4BetterHealth.com is pleased to mark this occasion and encourage its readers to get healthy and active, today. “Many people think that getting into shape and eating right takes monumental changes,” says Foods4BetterHealth.com editor Vicky Tobianah. “But, in reality, the small changes make a difference, too. Everything from eating more fruits and vegetables to taking the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator will improve a senior’s health, and make them feel better every day.”
Foods4BetterHealth.com, created by Doctors Health Press, is a food news and health web site, informing readers about the latest food controversies, exclusive expert advice, and the health tips everyone needs to ward off illness, prevent disease, and live a long, healthy life. For more information, visit http://www.foods4betterhealth.com.