Aging well doesn’t mean turning back the clock
If 50 is the new 30, then is 70 the new 50? You betcha! Nowadays as we get older, we’re healthy, active and darn good-looking. But it does take some work to age beautifully, inside and out.
There are a lot of services available to help us age well, from educational opportunities for the mind to advanced health care and beauty products for the body.
It is true, however, that mature adults have some challenges to face when it comes to staying fit. People begin losing muscle tissue and bone in their 30s, and unless they exercise and work to continue building strength and flexibility, muscle stores will continue to be depleted.