A Closer Look The gall bladder is appropriately named. One definition of the word “gall” is “very bitter”. The gall bladder stores the digestive fluid, bile, which is a very bitter substance, and the pain associated with a “gall bladder attack” is quite bitter indeed!
Bile is made continuously by the liver and . . . → Read More: Gall stones and what are they.
When was the last time you jumped rope? Did you know that only 10 minutes of jumping rope is almost equivalent to running an 8-minute mile? You can also burn up to 1000 calories in just one hour. It’s possibly the single most beneficial form of exercise a person can do. It can be done . . . → Read More: This “Boomers” Favorite cardio exercise- Jumping Rope
The Question Save your breath and save a life?
A Closer Look
You never know when it will happen: At home, at work, the grocery store, the bus stop, a concert or sporting event. Somebody nearby suddenly collapses: what would you do?
There any number of correct answers, but if CPR . . . → Read More: Boomers do you know CPR?
A Closer Look Regular physical activity, exercise, is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
The benefits start immediately, improve with continued use, and are available 24/7 – 365 from head to toe. The cost: 30 minutes each day.
• 30 minute daily minimum of moderate-intensity aerobic . . . → Read More: Baby Boomers- The Question: What difference can 30 minutes a day make?
A Closer Look
Occasional constipation is a common problem among adults that is easily treated. However, chronic constipation affects nearly 60 million Americans; especially females and individuals over age 65.
Constipation is usually the result of solid waste moving too slowly through the intestines causing dry and hard bowel movements.
Waste . . . → Read More: What is “Constipation”
In my last entry, I talked about motivation and determination. Once again, without those two, it will be very difficult to do what you want. In this entry, I will talk about eating habits and my workout plan that got me started.
Just because these two strategies worked for me, doesn’t mean you have to . . . → Read More: New Post from Rikin-the quest to the new you!
Many know Will Smith simply as the former rapper and actor of the famous TV Series “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and blockbuster lead for movies like Independence Day and iRobot. But to many of us Will Smith is much more than that. He is extremely intelligent and as a young man turned down a full scholarship . . . → Read More: Will Smith: Motivation Fit for a Prince
This is an email that was sent to me, and I find it important enough to share!
NURSE’S HEART ATTACK EXPERIENCE
I am an ER nurse and this is the best description of this event that I have ever heard. Please read, pay attention, and send it on!
FEMALE HEART ATTACKS
I was aware . . . → Read More: Boomers and heart attack info!
By Tom “Trainer T” Matt 1/8/2012
Host “Boomers Rock”
So in this piece you can get the feel for all of those, and I mean everyone who loses there ambition, just remember to just get started, everybody, (mostly anyway) has the rollercoaster effect in life.
As the year starts, or for that matter you just . . . → Read More: “Boomers Rock”-Highs and Lows of Training Are Normal
Happy New Year!…..well not yet, but I wanted to start 2012 out right and get going on a new feature. Our article base is very diverse and we currently have over 160 articles detailing many different topics on everything health, fitness, and nutrition related.
Instead of continuing to provide articles to our subscribers and readers . . . → Read More: 2012: Are You Dedicated to a Transformation