In school, we learned the fable of the grasshopper and the ant. While the ant put away food for winter, the grasshopper lived only for the moment. In the end, the grasshopper didn’t fare too well. We can think about taking care of our bodies as we age the same way. To live our best lives as we age, we have to plan for the long haul to avoid pain and disease later in life.
Take your health care into your own hands by doing regular exercise, and start improving your wellness and overall quality of life. As you age, it may become more difficult to exercise the way you once did.
February is Heart Month, which means its a great time to think about your cardiovascular health. In this video, Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton offers four tips to help make sure your diet is a heart-healthy one. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
Another Friday, another opportunity to end your week strong with a workout routine you can do from the comfort of your home. In this workout, Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton demonstrates three types of exercises you can do with just a sturdy chair. Watch the video below and see below for the full list of exercises.
The holiday season is near. And although COVID-19 will cause us to do some things differently this year, there will still be opportunities to indulge in good food and tasty drinks. If you're trying to stay low carb during the holiday season, what are some good tips? Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton explains. Watch the video below or read on for a full transcript.
It's National Breast Cancer Awareness month. What can you do to reduce your risk? Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton discusses a few tips. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we're sharing information all month about breast cancer. In this video, Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton discusses several ways you can reduce your breast cancer risk. Watch the video below and scroll down for the full transcript.
Eating nutrient dense foods and staying away from options that increase inflammation helps reduce your risk of contracting an illness, including COVID-19. A good diet leads to a good immune system. Richmond health coach Lindsey Patton went live on Facebook this week to answer questions about how diet and nutrition can help you maximize your resilience to COVID-19. Watch the video and read the recap below.