▪ Trying to be “SuperMom” and feeling exhausted and overwhelmed?
▪ Struggling with mommy guilt or feeling not
good enough as a mom?
▪ Feeding you and your family too much
▪ Concerned about your kids getting sick
Joan Lubar, The Sassy Sage, nutrition advisor and author of “Rock and Roll at any Age”, and Dr. Raquel Muller, therapist, mentor and coach to working moms, bring you this information-packed workshop where you will:
Have you ever wondered how safe the products are that you put on your skin? Do all of those “anti-aging” products actually work? Is purity and science behind the products you use important?
YOUTH Skin Care was researched for 8 years in order to bring us products that not only work but also don’t have over 2500 of those ingredients that are shown not to be safe.
Here is some Q&A that helps us understand the “Why?” we might want to change brands and have fabulous results! I will be doing several blogs with answers to different questions we all have. First let’s start with:
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Are you ready to stop struggling with your health and BEGIN living the vibrant life of your choosing? Come to Portland for:
Saturday, July 15, 2017
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
New Renaissance Bookstore
1338 NW 23rd AVE
PORTLAND OR 97210
Meet Joan Lubar, author of Rock & Roll at Any Age: A Rebellious Look at Life, Health, and Spiritual Wisdom for an in depth look at how to rewrite your story and live your next chapter with vibrancy and joy.
Attention workaholics: How many hours can you clock each week before your heart pays a price?
Answer: A. When researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Centers and the University of St Thomas in Houston analyzed data on more than 1,900 people, they found that among people who worked 45 hours per week for a decade or more, each additional hour meant greater risk of heart disease. Risk climbed 16 percent when people put in 55 hours and 35 percent for 60 hours.
“Women need to start worrying about heart disease after they hit menopause”.
It’s believed that the drop in estrogen that accompanies menopause may make your blood vessels less elastic, increasing the strain on your heart. However, when researchers followed nearly 1,500 women over nine years, they found that in the years leading up to menopause, there was an increase in the severity of metabolic syndrome…a group of risk factors, including high fasting blood sugar and high blood pressure, associated with heart disease. This effect was even more pronounced in black women.
Which of these is not a risk factor for heart disease?
A. High blood pressure ___
C. Migraines ____
D. Smoking ____
Answer: Trick question…they all might be. You can probably rattle off most risk factors by…well, heart, with the possible exception of migraines. But a Harvard study of more than 100,000 women recently found that migraine sufferers were 50 percent likelier to have a heart attack, a stroke, or fatal heart disease, regardless of other risk factors, Genetics, hormones and inflammation are all possible culprits, but “the short answer is that we do not yet know what precise mechanism causes this,” says lead researcher Tobias Kurth, MD, adjunct professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Let’s hear it for our fabulous over 60 crowd!!
The question is, how do we all come out of the closet and say to the many who have ignored us, “I am here! I have valuable information to share, ideas & perspectives that might change the directions our society is taking”? Aging is magnificent – let’s live it to the fullest.
Families, now further apart, often look at their parents as obsolete or having suddenly gone “stupid” with minimal value to offer. While they have no patience for us, perhaps we can teach them that patience is a virtue that took us years to acquire.
Joan Lubar, author of the newly released book, Rock & Roll at Any Age, is hosting a book signing and presentation and YOU’RE invited.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 • 6:00 – 8:00 pm
West Linn Cafe
1980 Willamette Falls Dr.
West Linn, OR
Meet author Joan Lubar, a vivacious, fun loving woman who is a great example of getting older and staying younger.
“Your book is terrific!”. “Rock & Roll at Any Age is full of truth and fun. Getting older does not mean inevitable decline or invisibility. Read this book and start living now!” Dr. Christiane Northrup, well known author, gynecologist and woman’s health guru.