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Improve Your Odds of Living Longer

This subject will evolve as UpgradedSenior.Com matures.  I haven’t had much time to work on this page of the website yet.  Hey, still got the day job! But, knowing how short on patience you old-timers are, I suggest that you start reading a book called The Blue Zones in which Dan Buettner, the author, studied…

Fitness Primer: Apply This – Get Fit!

Fitness is a major theme for Upgraded, or Upgrading, Seniors.  We’ll be discussing it a lot here at UpgradedSenior.Com.  But as of this writing the website is new and just underway, and I need to leave some work undone for now.  However, if you don’t do any more than I read and apply Body By…

Nutrition Primer: Read This – Know What To Eat!

Obviously, we’ll have a lot to say about nutrition as UpgradedSenior.Com develops and matures. If you’re in a hurry to improve your diet and nutrition, read the Perfect Health Diet. Now that I think about it, if you absorb that information maybe I don’t need to say that much more about nutrition. 😉

Reality Check For UpGrading Seniors

Let’s face it, Upgrading Seniors, you can have a rich and fulfilling life even with a body that’s impaired, but life can be so much more enjoyable if our bodies are fully functional.  Most of the afflictions about which seniors complain are, for the most part, self-inflicted.  That list includes, but is certainly not limited,…

Body By Science

Upgraded Body There have been times in my (long) life in which I have spent extraordinary amounts of time exercising in one form or another.  Particularly in my Ironman Triathlon days when I frequently spent hours per day either running, biking or cycling. Looking back, although I wouldn’t trade those experiences for anything, from a…

Start Up Reading List

The Upgrading Senior-in-Chief (that’s me) will try to keep you informed of his current reading material in case you’re interested in looking at the references behind the information found on UpgradedSenior.Com. Although a seemingly simple task, it could prove to be a formidable challenge.  When it comes to my reading, I tend to frenetically move…