Life in Motion Blog

How To Fight Alzheimer’s With Food

  Leafy Greens & Veggies Many anti-Alzheimer’s diets recommend frequent servings of green leafy vegetables. Kale, spinach, broccoli, collards and other greens are chalk full of vitamins A, C and other nutrients. Although researchers have found that six or more servings per week provides the greatest brain benefit, even as little as two servings a week… Read More


It was Sunday morning at the grocery store.  A whole day of Sunday Funday lay ahead of us.  After shopping for the Sunday snack essentials to avoid cooking a full meal so that we may faithfully and guiltlessly adhere to our vow of pure laziness, we stopped by the RedBox.  Just as we finished checking… Read More

Be PRO-Active with ANTI-Inflammatory/ANTI-Cancer Foods

In today’s world there is an overabundance of disease, especially in the United States. Much of the evidence attributes the occurrence of chronic disease to our modern lifestyle, which is often defined by stress, lack of sleep and exercise, abuse of tobacco and alcohol, and to the “transition from natural unprocessed foods to processed, calorie-condensed… Read More

Senior Resources- Home Security

25 Tip To Make Home Safe

10 Things You Can Enjoy in Your Home Now

That Will Help You Down the RoadPlanning for the future takes a lot of work.  But fortunately living in the future can be exponentially easier with the right preparation, and why should these changes for tomorrow not enrich your life today? Below is a list of common home modifications that can begin as a luxury… Read More

Exercise, Experience and the Aging Brain: New Tricks Keep an Old Dog Young

What if I told you that a dog is never too old to learn new tricks? In fact, it may very well be the tricks that keep that dog young.  According to the article “Exercise, experience and the aging brain” by James D. Churchill et al., including both mental and physical activity in the daily… Read More

The Skinny on Fat: A Guide to Heart Healthy Oils

“In medicine, we are often confronted with poorly observed and indefinite facts which form actual obstacles to science, in that men always bring them up, saying: it is a fact, it must be accepted.”                         Claude Bernard, An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine, 1865 There are a lot of myths out there regarding… Read More

Planning for Longevity: Who will do your hair?

When I remember my grandmother I think of one of the most genuinely loving individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing, with an impressive collection of alligators. Not the real ones…although that would have been interesting as a child…I’m talking stuffed toys and porcelain figurines.  Side note, this was also how she received… Read More

7 Everyday Exercises to do at Home

Functional Fitness: What Makes it Special? Over a lifetime weak structural movement patterns while performing everyday activities will lead to back pain, neck soreness and tightness, knee damage, and other signs of increased wear and tear. These weak movement patterns also create general levels of fatigue and soreness.  Through neuromuscular training we can teach the… Read More

6 Things to Look for When Selecting a Building Partner

6 Things to Look for When Selecting a Building Partner Every stage in life brings change. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you want to change where you live. Here are some things to keep in mind if you are considering adapting your home to be livable for a lifetime. Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist  – CAPS    … Read More