Health: Fitness and Stamina Through the Years
As we age, not only do we visibly change, our internal systems also change. As a result, our bodies demand specific care and nutrition according to our life stage, and we want to do this without the unwanted side effects of prescription drugs.
Living a healthy lifestyle is a fulltime commitment. For most people, it's not enough to diet infrequently or occasionally exercise when the mood strikes. As we age, the risk for developing men's health problems increases, and our investment into developing workout routines, healthy eating habits, and a commitment to fulfilling daily vitamins needs becomes all the more vital. Aging is inevitable, but illness and health problems don't always have to be. That said, what works for one doesn't necessarily work for all. Different individuals may have health and diet restrictions that preclude a new regimen, which is why it is always a good idea to work closely with a dietician or primary health care provider to develop a health plan that works for you.