I want to give a big shout out to my dear mom who turns 65 today. When most meet her they think she is at least 10-15 years younger and her energy and spirit are even younger then that.
We can’t change how old we are from a calendar standpoint, but we can change how old we look and feel. A recent article came out in the New York Times that talked about a European research team that took massive amounts of health data and created a simple calculator that estimates your “fitness age.” I have been sharing this with some of my clients and they have been reporting that their fitness age is 10-15 years younger then their actual age. That of course isn’t surprising with the level of intensity and the healthy eating plans they are on.
I thought you might enjoy checking out how “young” or “old” you are.
If your calculated age is much lower then your actual age, congratulations and keep up the great work. If you aren’t happy with the number that came back and want to do something about it send me an e-mail along with your story and I will do what I can to help. Make sure to let me know where you live also.
For those of you living in WI we are starting to hold cooking classes and workshops. We have our first one next week on Tuesday night, limited spots are available so click here to learn more about how to make nutrition PRACTICAL in your life.