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In Your 30s

You’re not quite you when you look in the mirror – because you start noticing that aging’s doing hateful things to your body. Ugh!

Well…your metabolism is slowing down…and you may find it hard to lose or maintain weight.

Avoid the “good mother” syndrome.
Stop eating your kid’s leftovers!
Don’t skip meals! 
Do you believe your family’s needs come before your own? 
Really - here’s a chance to set a good example to your kids.

In Your 20s

You’re no longer a teenager…and the good news is.........no more raging hormones or acne!

Your body is starting to “settle down”

BUT - you can no longer “dump” truckloads of food into your system and expect your body to burn up calories as it did in your teen years.

Leave your student days behind.

Staying Young through the Decades

Dr. Suresh Shottam with TC

Remember those days when you could eat like a horse and bounce around like an energizer bunny?
Well those days are behind you…

What worked for you in your 20s won't work in your 30s…and the same goes for your 40s and 50’s.

So what’s a gal to do?

It’s time to realize, says Dr. Suresh Shottam, that as you age, your nutritional needs change …. and you have to follow some basic rules of good nutrition!

Staying Young Through the Decades-Part 2

By Dr. Suresh Shottam

While the basic rules of good nutrition work for all of us, it is good to keep in mind that what works for a woman in her 20s will not necessarily work in her 30s. And what works for a woman in her 40s, will not work in her 50s and beyond. A woman’s nutritional needs change as she ages. So, here are a few guidelines on how to be healthy in each decade, well into your golden years.

Get that menopause monkey off your backs!

TC with Dr. Suresh Shottam

Recently, a TC user wrote in to say:

     “A friend of mine will have a non-radical hysterectomy at age 46,
because of having multiple fibroids. What changes - physical, emotional
or otherwise …will occur following a hysterectomy?

The query sparked a flurry of discussion in our Talk forum on the subject of menopause, with one user asking: