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  1. Karenina says:

    Hi Beth,
    Found you recently on youtube and love your vids and now am enjoying your newsletter/blog. Thanks for all you do to help us look and feel better!

  2. Sara says:

    Great post. You mentioned yoga and Pilates as being beneficial and I quite agree. But may I also suggest Tai Chi? It, too, is low impact and very beneficial both physically and mentally, especially for Seniors and those with underlying conditions. My sister-in-law has found it very beneficial for her Fibromyalgia and we started classes because it is highly recommended for my husband’s Parkinson’s. It has been a big help for him and for my balance as well. During the pandemic we have been keeping up with classes on Zoom and continue with not only our local “classmates” but several others across the country.

  3. Susan says:

    I’ll be very curious to hear about your upcoming treatments. I tried laser treatments years ago for sunspots with no luck. I imagine technology has improved since then. Very curious about micro needling.


  4. Karen says:

    I’m looking forward to hearing about your skin treatment tips. I joined the FASTer Way last year and and ready to get back into the routine next week!

  5. Terry says:

    Thank you for all the reminders, Beth! 2021 will be interesting…going gray, amping up my skincare and getting back to FWTFL. Blessings to you and yours in 2021.

  6. Love your blog!!!
    Happy New Year!!!

  7. Pieranna Rampado says:

    Hi Beth;
    I’ve been following you on Instagram for a while now but I recently subscribed to your blog and I really enjoy reading it. It’s as though you’ve been reading my mind. I never make NY resolutions but this year I have made a promise to myself to make my health a priority. I already have a great skin care routine and have had for a while (however I’m looking forward to trying some of the products you have suggested) but now it’s about my body and mind. Need to incorporate exercise into my routine and something to keep my mind active. Thank you for being an inspiration.

  8. Pam says:

    I am living proof that gut health is important. In September of 2015, I had to have emergency surgery. I had a perforated colon. I had no idea. I had to wear a colostomy bag for six months. It was not pleasant. I did lose a lot of weight during that time. I was obese at the time. That was from not having a working pituitary. Which I had to have removed the year before. You have to pay attention to your body. I now know when my colon is acting up, and start eating better. I basically cut red meat out of my diet. Even though it’s easier to digest. I know my diet isn’t great sometimes. But all I have to do is remember what I went through and then I eat cleaner. I’m thinking about going keto, but I’m not sure if I can stick to that kind of lifestyle.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      our microbiome is what keeps us running. we need to tend it like a garden. i’ve heard great things about keto especially when faced with an illness. my diet is a bit more balanced but you have to incorporate what works for you. thanks for sharing.

  9. Tina says:

    Beth, I’m looking forward to hearing about your experience with laser treatments for sunspots. As a 60 year old I’ve spent many summers basking in the glorious sunshine only to now realize the damage done. Thanks for being honest and genuine with your followers.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      just had my first ipl treatment this morning. they recommend a series of three spread 4-6 weeks apart. i am working on my face and chest and will give an update when i’m finished.

  10. CIndy Smith says:

    Excellent suggestions to incorporate into our daily lives. It really is so important to be as healthy as we can as we get older. We really can make these healthy tips part of our routine. That is the key adopt a healthy lifestyle & make permanent lifestyle changes. I find I miss my exercise routine if I skip a few days. One tip that has helped my skin, nails & joints is to take a powdered collagen supplement every morning in my coffee or tea. Another supplement that makes a difference in how I feel is CoQ10. If I forget to take it for a few days, I can really feel the difference. By the way Beth, you have great looking arms for over 60 !! Now that is the area of my body that needs extra attention

  11. Linda says:

    I’m 66 and I have always been a runner. Here in TX you’d better wear a good sunscreen. My dermatologist told me a long time ago the SPF in makeup is just not enough for TX and suggested I wear only sunscreen SPF 50 and to also apply it on my décolletage, ears and hands. I have followed her advice and I have no brown spots on my hands, face, or décolletage. I’m glad I listened to her!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      sunscreen is an absolute must! i wish my childhood and teenage years were filled with sunscreen instead of baby oil. but it’s never too
      late to implement good skincare. thanks for sharing.

  12. Cynthia Johnson says:

    I, like many others I think, am limited in what I can do physically. This is due to hip replacement, spinal fusion, and nerve impingement. Can you recommend any workouts for women like me?

  13. Do you have a listing of your recommended skin care line for our age?


    • Beth Djalali says:

      if you go to the main page of the blog, scroll to the top you will see a tab named Beauty. click that then a drop-down box will appear with skincare, hair, and makeup. all the posts for that category will appear when you click the tab. hope this helps!

  14. Karen McGraw says:

    Great Post! For my age early 50’s, I have some sunspots from years of fun in the sun. The beating my girlfriends and I did on our skin and faces are scary. Thankfully, our daughters today are being more careful and using sunscreen on a regular basis. Doing the FW VP to get back on track.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i’m so glad we take the sun seriously these days. baby oil was our best friend back in the day when it should have been sunscreen. but the good news is there are lots of treatments available to help with the damage. good for you for going back to the FW basics. it works!

  15. Esperanza M Ravelo says:

    Hi! I really admire the way you dressed up. Btw I’m one of your fans. I want to join your program but I don’t have enough money. But I just want to say that you’re adorable.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      hi esperanza, thanks for writing. i’m so glad you’re here. but there’s no fee associated with the blog. all the material is posted for free.

  16. Nelda Pattillo says:

    After the longer than expected Covid restrictions, I’m going to make a better effort for routine exercises and cleaning up my diet, AGAIN!!! I just became lazy as the Holidays started, soooo, time to get busy!
    Love the blog, the Book Club and Kellie’s Cooking Blog!

  17. Diane Shehane says:

    I’m enjoying your blog. Do you ever address osteoporosis? I’ve just been diagnosed & even though I do so many things to stay healthy, at 74 I need to research & decided whether to take meds for this.

    • Rita says:

      I’d like to suggest taking the supplements in Grow Bone, by Garden Of Life. I was in high #s of osteopenia (almost at osteoporosis) when I started taking this. The following year at my next bone density test, my #s had dropped to very low osteopenia, almost back to normal range. You do need to be consistent when taking supplements. I can only imagine if I would have added weight training, the great shape my bones would be in! I’m 65

  18. Arcangela says:

    Hi Beth ,
    I was wondering if you could let me know if you have a product for extremely delicate skin . I have problem finding a eye makeup remover. I find that a lot of products make my eye itch after and swell up .
    Thank you for everything I admire your look and style. I also am a 62 year old woman.

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