What changes can we all expect as we age and how do we deal with them. Review the scientific research, learn how medicine, surgery, exercise, healthy habits, nutrition and cosmetics can help us enhance our aging bodies.
Why do your bones crack when you stand up? What are those red spots on your skin? Why is your chin drooping?
Now that you are past middle age, you truly know what 'thick' means - middle aged spread has laid it on and no matter what you do you can't move it.
Explore the effects of aging on the human body and learn how people try to fight back!
Aging Bodies is written by a layperson for laypeople. We all age, every single day. This site explores what happens as we age, what we might be able to do about it and how we might learn to deal with it – from my personal perspective as I age.
Fast Facts & Fun
Visceral fat is directly linked with higher total cholesterol and LDL (bad) cholesterol, lower HDL (good) cholesterol, and insulin resistance.
Belly fat (visceral fat) is biologically active – producing hormones and chemicals that can interfere with your body's best rhythm and lead to diseases.