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PINK4YOUTOO
Posts: 508
5/31/13 12:26 P



Tip on drinking water is good...especially for cramping or circulation and feeling tired!



ANGELIKA111
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Posts: 24
5/31/13 8:01 A

people face significant physical and hormonal changes as their age change. The recommended dose of vitamin E for men older than age 50 is 200 IUs two times per day.



RRAYNER
Posts: 1,063
5/29/13 9:14 A

emoticon Just turned 60 and am really enjoying life and my health. Hope you're still enjoying SP. emoticon



JIBBIE49
Posts: 55,238
7/12/12 12:51 P

When I'm at the computer, I wiggle my feet and move my legs to help burn calories and keep my circulation good. I'm 62, so losing was harder and still is, but I don't want to live the rest of my life obese.
Stay with it everyday and don't quit. ATKINS works for me.



CANAUS
Posts: 303
7/10/12 9:06 P

In the same boat here, trying to lose 30ish lbs and water is a huge challenge for me too. I have this posted at my desk at work and at home on the fridge as a reminder. Hope it helps :)

Drinking water at the correct time - Maximizes its effectiveness on the Human body :
1 glass of water after waking up - helps activate internal organs

1 glass of water 30 minutes before a meal - helps digestion

1 glass of water before taking a bath - helps lower blood pressure

1 glass of water before going to bed - avoids stroke or heart attack



SHARONSOWN
Posts: 1,019
7/9/12 2:06 P

58 here, and I'm trying to drop the 20 that I picked up in the past couple of months when I quit doing everything. Burned out, I suppose.

I keep my bottles of water in the freezer, pull out a couple in the morning and can drink as they thaw. Especially good for hot summer day walks!



BARBWMS
Posts: 1,238
7/9/12 10:51 A

I thought it was going to be harder (I'm 62) but it's working okay over the last six months. I do manage to drink lots of water. I keep several bottles in rotation in the refrigerator and always have one with me, even at work. When I think I'm hungry, I take a big swig of water. I like lemon or lime if possible. And I know this may or may not be connected, but I've cut way back on my consumption of diet soda and substitute water, and I feel much better.

I like Mrschris56 idea of nothing processed... that's hard, but I am closer to it than I was... mostly because I'm being very careful about sodium. Real food tastes better anyhow!



MRSCHRIS56
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Posts: 50
7/9/12 4:57 A

Yep, it gets harder every year. I drink plenty of water. I squeeze lemon into my water and keep my big cup with ice with me at all times.

For me, I don't eat anything proccessed. I make everything at home. NO sugar. It takes some getting used to, but it's doable.



2BFITNOW1
Posts: 165
7/8/12 11:09 P

I am in the same predicament as you. On top of it, I exercise 4 times per week for about 1-2 hours. My biggest issue is drinking the water. Right now I buy water flavors at Walmart. They help some but I can never get to 64oz. Hopefully someone have any ideas? Good luck.



TEEKO53
Posts: 4
7/8/12 10:41 P

Hi Everyone,

I am having a challenge on losing 30 pounds. I found the older you get the harder it is to lose weight. I find that I am not drinking much water in a day. My job has me sitting at my desk all day. I need help on finding the correct foods to eat.



 
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