Health & Wellbeing for retirees

How to stay healthy, active and sharp in retirement

You can delay the ageing process.

Health in our 50s, 60s and 70s is dependent on 3 factors:

  • Good genes
  • Good lifestyle
  • Good luck

While we can’t do much about our genes and luck, we can certainly control many of our lifestyle issues. This book gives you some valuable ideas on how to do that.

The most exciting thing we discovered while compiling this book was that we can take action now that will slow down the ageing process and reduce our chances of contracting many of the unpleasant diseases associated with ageing. These are major benefits!

We also learnt that our physical health and our mental health were closely integrated and we had to look after both if we are to enjoy a good quality of life in our later years. The great news is that what’s good for our physical health is also good for our mental health.

The general philosophy of this very helpful book is that “prevention is better than cure” and if you’d like to know how you can enjoy good health in your 50s, 60s and 70s, just click on the book cover shown below.