Even though Thanksgiving is only a couple days away, there is still time to make a delicious dessert! AARP health editors have a holiday dessert that is good for everyone — dairy-free pumpkin pie.
Walking is good for your health and is recommended to do weekly. Not only is walking doable at almostany age, it also provides positive health benefits such as lowering the risk of certain cancers, losing weight and even strengthening your memory. Denise Austin, AARP Fitness Ambassador reveals 10 tips you can do to turn your walk into a workout.
November 14 is World Diabetes Day. The International Diabetes Federation and World Health Organization created the event in 1991 to address the worsening concerns caused by Diabetes in the lives of an increasing number of people, globally. The disease has left so many limited in terms of what they can do and eat, therefore putting a cap to their over all well being.
Exercising has many great benefits such as lowering the risk of heart disease and stroke, lowers blood pressure and cholesterol, improves mood, contributes to weight loss and can even help control blood glucose levels for those with diabetes. Despite the benefits of working out, some people might find it more of a chore and not rewarding. Diabetes Self-Management suggests a few things you can do to help make working out more enjoyable.