Longevity Magazine


It’s tougher to stay in shape during winter. The cold weather makes us crave richer foods, and many of our exercise options become unavailable or are unappealing. And, of course, our immune systems take a knock, and recovering from the flu takes us out of our normal routines for even longer. But summer is on its way and we need to get ready!

Most quick fixes for getting your body back into shape aren’t sustainable in the long term. To get an all-around approach to an

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