A sound financial plan is only one part of living a better retirement. Another huge part is maintaining good health and it's extremely difficult to "retire better" if you don't feel better. On this episode, Kevin English, a health and wellness expert specializing in helping those over 50 years of age, joins Joe Allaria to share a few simple keys to improving your health even after age 50, including:
-How to eat better without going on an extreme fad diet
-How to maintain muscle with a simple workout routine
-How to maintain your overall health with good lifestyle decisions
But first, we answered a very common question about enrolling in Medicare. Laura asks "I’m 65 and wondering if I need to enroll in Medicare. I’m still working and have coverage through work. Some people are saying I need to enroll, but others say I don’t until I retire. Which is it? Thank you for your help."
About Our Guest
Kevin English is the Founder and CEO of The Silver Edge, an online personal training and nutrition coaching company. He's also the creator and host of the Over 50 Health & Wellness podcast. Kevin's mission is to counter the narrative that it's "all downhill" after 50, and draws from his own personal experience with a health scare as motivation to help others live a healthier life, even after age 50.
Resources mentioned in the show
When can I sign up for Medicare QUIZ (via Medicare.gov)
Access to Kevin's free guides on nutrition, working out, and overall health
Access to your very own FREE retirement assessment
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