Yoga, Hindu and Buddhist Inspiration, scientifically-based research, and practical advice to thrive in midlife.
In these days when so much about a youthful world is glorified, along comes a courageous new book that shows how to flourish in midlife with yoga. Fearless after Fifty: How to Thrive with Grace, Grit and Yoga is written by two internationally known teachers, Desiree Rumbaugh and Michelle Marchildon, the Yogi Muse. These two women write with a candid, conversational “been there, done that” tone that demystifies yoga and makes you want what they’re having.
With a foreword by Cyndi Lee, FAF is endorsed by Ana Forest, Seane Corn, Elena Brower, Colleen Saidman, Amy Ippoliti and a dozen more superstar, internationally-recognized teachers. It is filled with anecdote and story, proven, scientifically-based research, and practical advice for how to get that swagger in midlife.
2. Eat when you are hungry and until you are satisfied but not stuffed. Eating real foods is the best way to train your natural feelings of satisfaction so you can easily set down the fork when you’ve had enough.
3. Cook with variety! Variety helps our immune systems stay strong & when your immune system is running on high gear your body will become an efficient fat burning machine. Plus you’ll never get bored with your diet, introducing new foods and new vegetables keeps things interesting.