A common narrative is life after 50 is a slow slide toward death. But what if that’s crap? What if you can be even happier after 50?
Christie Hartman PhD
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The American Heart Association has always promoted healthy eating to prevent cardiovascular disease. However, their 2021 dietary guidelines may surprise you.
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