Podcast Guest–Liz Grantham, Optimal.me

Generation Bold Radio, May 24, 2020--Guest: Liz Grantham, TheOptimal.me TheOptimal.me is a functional movement training app for people 40+. By training in functional movements - which aid in the execution of normal daily tasks - as a stand alone or supplemental workout, people can experience aging with less pain, increased...

Aging is Something to Sing About

There are hundreds of songs, from Operetta to Country Music, written about growing older. They touch hearts, tell stories and inspire. Your favorite song about aging says a lot about you; how you feel about growing older. Make your listening of these songs a journey of self-discovery. I had...

When Family Gets on Your Nerves

Most of us have been sequestered 24/7 for almost eight weeks with our spouses and our children. Some of us are experiencing the essence of the “sandwich generation,” living with our elderly parents as well. No private space…no alone time. It’s no wonder that most of us are thinking, Don’t...

Podcast Guest: Dr. Alisa Kauffman, Geriatric Dentistry

Generation Bold Radio, May 10, 2020--Guest: Dr. Alisa Kauffman, Geriatric Dentistry In Dr. Alisa Kauffman Own Words: In 1988, I had an epiphany. My best friend Beth Wilf’s father had impeccable oral health. He knew the importance of great oral hygiene and was on a regular every-three-month schedule with...

Fasting Is Trending. Is It Right for You?

In my latest blog on biohacking, I admit that I hang out with top geroscientists, partly to observe what they do to live longer in good health. Many of them intervene in their natural biology with extreme exercise, fastidious nutritional habits and mega supplements of vitamins and herbs. I have...

Was It Jerry? Why Animals Help Us Age Better

Every Thanksgiving, the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City presents its Feast with the Beast festival. In the morning, before folks sit down to their dinner and football rituals, the zookeepers serve pumpkins and other delicacies to the elephants, large cats, bears and other mammals. The visitors—adults and children alike—“ooh” and “ahh”...

Longevity and Medicare: Not Perfect Together

This week, two high school seniors from Hunterdon County, New Jersey, received an award from the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) that most of our health-care policymakers could never win. Catherine Owens and Kate Murray of the Polytech Career and Technical High School were awarded a gold medal...

Stand Up: An Easy Way to Live Longer and Be More Fit in a Sedentary World

I probably don’t have to convince you that prolonged sitting is not healthy, but I do want you to be aware of how bad it truly is and why. People who sit for prolonged periods increase their risk for premature death caused by resultant poor circulation and heart disease. For...