We often hear about the importance of protein in the context of exercise and muscle building, but it may surprise you that there is an increased need in our older years.
Are we getting enough, or too much, or doesn’t it really matter?
Summer is here and it’s well known that generally, the summer months mean people have stronger immune systems and aren’t as susceptible to illness.
We all know how important it is to get a good night’s sleep, for both our physical and mental wellbeing. It should come easily, yet research shows approximately one-quarter of adults in
New Zealand may suffer from chronic sleep problems.
I hope I‘ll never have to eat my words, but at age 75, I’ve not had a flu, spent a day in bed, or missed a day at work for the past 35 years.
I researched and wrote the first edition of this book 35 years ago.
I was excited to read the new chapter dedicated to medicinal plants.
Fats and oils are an essential part of our wellness.
A completely new chapter, in the new Stay Healthy book, that discusses probiotics in depth.
Alzheimer's, one of the greatest health concerns we older New Zealanders fear.
Lion's Mane is a medical mushroom that mostly grows on fallen hardwood trees.