Dr. Cheryl Woodson


Group of old black and caucasian men talking in parkThe media would have us believe that if we eat right, live right and take all of the right medicines and supplements, aging is optional. It isn’t. Medical technology adds years to life, but not always life to years. We’re all likely to live into our eighties, but don’t you want to be alive when you get there? What you do in your 30s and 40s has a lot to do with how you feel in your 70s and 80s. It’s never too late to make healthy changes, even in your 50s and 60s.  I don’t like the term “age gracefully;” that seems to just accept the changes that come with aging. I don’t like “age successfully,” either. We deserve excellence, and that means grabbing the wheel and steering our course into the best possible health and function.  Let’s set your GPS.

Getting Through The Eating Season [Presentation]

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