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Simple Strategies and Ideas for Healthier Living - Shared screen with speaker view
Paul Rosengard
34:12
thank you both. want to support the series and ENS.
Natasha Bliss
59:34
We will leave time at the end for Q&A. Please feel free to add questions to the chat.
Aimee Davis
01:00:44
Do you recommend sitting on an exercise ball instead of a chair while working to increase activity and for back health?
Paul Brazzel
01:00:52
Definitely I would like to hear his thoughts about curbing cravings…
lannette sugihara alvarez
01:02:08
Thank you!
Nikki Clay
01:03:18
Any specific recommendations for 75 and over folks
Aimee Davis
01:03:26
Thank you!
Matthew Mahar
01:05:28
Thanks, Fabio. We know sitting itself is not bad, but too much continuous sitting is. How much is too much? How often should we get up from sitting? For how long?
Tracy Love
01:05:36
Thank you very much
Cristina Pulido
01:05:58
How to cope with challenges about eating well in social settings? The pandemic has changed that for the time being but when we go back to gathering any recommendations?
Rofiee Harun
01:06:18
Falling in older adult - is that a function of neurological issue (brain) or simply the inner year issue?
Rofiee Harun
01:07:24
...inner ear...
Paul Brazzel
01:08:12
Thanks for these thoughts. It is SO easy to eat that whole tub lol… I like thinking about the cue and the substitute.
Matthew Mahar
01:08:12
Great thought - what leaves the kitchen is not coming back.
Paul Rosengard
01:10:29
a loved one (71) used to eat better. because she looks great and has not gained weight (appears slim and fit) and her bio stats are excellent, she doesn’t see the need to eat healthier. how might i speak with her about eating fewer frozen foods, processed foods, eat more fruits and vegetables, drink less, eat fewer candies, chocolates and desserts. she used to be more conscientious about eating well. I
Jennifer Tucker-Tatlow
01:12:16
yes great question. I went to standing almost all day and then started having foot problems and my doctor said there is such a thing as standing too much. he said the key was to alternate throughout the day.
Debbie Brighton
01:12:36
Thank you! This was very informative.
Sharon Rosas
01:12:44
Thank you! This was a terrific presentation!!
Terry Williams
01:12:49
Thank you!
Brenda Bothel-Hammond
01:12:53
Thank you! Great information
Matthew Mahar
01:12:54
Thanks, Fabio!
Sonja Pruitt-Lord
01:13:02
Thanks, Fabio!
Lisa Shadron
01:13:09
Thank you, Fabio!
Ivonne Arias
01:13:10
thank you Fabio!
Tiana Lavin
01:13:10
Thank you! Previous student of yours over here! Nice to hear you speak again
Jennifer Tucker-Tatlow
01:13:15
great information, thank you!
Paul Brazzel
01:13:17
Thanks so much for hosting and focusing on health and wellness. We can take better care of others when we care for ourselves
Paula Adams
01:13:17
Thank you, Fabio!
RGEHR
01:13:19
Thank you so much...very informative and wonderful credentials!!!!
Ysabelle Chivi
01:13:20
thank you