Rosanna Jenkins

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Everyday Living, Meals, New Face of 60

Some of our favorite coffee shops Starbucks, Costa and Caffè Nero, are selling sandwiches with incredibly high salt content, a new report has revealed. And when we say high, we’re talking more than a McDonald’s Big Mac, which contains 2.3g of salt per portion, or a quarter pounder with cheese, which contains 2.5g. The research, carried out by The Telegraph and Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH), found that a number of lunchtime favorites from large chain coffee shops contained salt  ...

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Everyday Living, Fitness, New Face of 60

I think everyone starts their fitness plans the same way……we go right off of the edge and commit to an hour at the gym maybe 3 – 5 times a week.  Then “life” happens and we ditch the plan.  No “raise of hands” needed, but how many times does that  ...

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Everyday Living, Fitness, Meals, New Face of 60

I eat a lot of salads and love to put dressing on them BUT, I don’t like the idea of wasting my calories (and, increasing my waistline) on the pre-made dressings you buy at the store.  So, I ran across this super-skinny version last weekend and thought I’d share: SUPER SKINNY SALAD  ...

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Everyday Living, New Face of 60, Travel

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Choosing the right seat may be the simplest way to stay healthy on your next flight, according to a new study. Picking the window seat — and staying put for the duration of your flight — minimizes your chances of coming into contact with a sick  ...

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Everyday Living, New Face of 60, Travel

Nothing causes more stress than money considerations when I travel. I’m not talking about the cost of the trip – airfares, hotels, meals, etc.  The Good Doctor and I have, for the most part worked that out, and I know that we will undoubtedly run over whatever he has budgeted – I plan ahead for  ...

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