5 best body butters for dry skin

Say goodbye to dry and parched skin with body butter. Check out the best body butters for dry skin handpicked for you. It’s a universal truth that the winter months cause our skin to become very dry, which can be a problem for those with naturally dry skin. However, it’s crucial to keep your body … Read more

Connecting with Older Clients Strategies and Insights

Working with older clients is about understanding their unique needs, building trust and creating a supportive and empowering environment for them to thrive in their fitness journey. In this blog, two long-time ACE employees answer questions about how to develop strong and lasting connections with older clients and make an impact on the health and … Read more

Hundreds come out to the 7th annual food truck and craft beer festival – Pas Trusted News

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WMBB) – All were available as the annual Panama City Beach food truck and craft beer festival is back at Aaron Bessant Park. For two days out of the year fans of good food and craft beer come out to Aaron Bessant Park to take part in the food truck and … Read more

These 5 things can have a big impact on your heart health – Pas Trusted News

February is American Heart Month, a time when people can focus on their heart health. Experts from the Intermountain Health Heart and Vascular Program are working to educate Utahns about ways to enhance their heart health. Why is your heart health so important? Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and … Read more

Are Blueberries Blue? The Answer Is Surprisingly Complicated – Pas Trusted News

The nutritional advice to “eat the rainbow” gets hard to follow once you reach the bottom half of the light spectrum. While red, yellow, and green foods are abundant in nature, blue ingredients are much harder to come by. Even the most famously “blue” fruit in the produce aisle has a misleading name. As new … Read more

A 63-Year-Old on How Blue Zones Inspired Him to Plan Retirement to Avoid Loneliness – Pas Trusted News

An icon in the shape of an angle pointing down. Ed, 63, not pictured, is taking steps to ensure he isn’t lonely when he enters retirement. Ed, 63, hasn’t retired yet, but he wants to ensure he won’t be lonely when he does. Describing loneliness as his “biggest fear,” he plans to volunteer and pursue hobbies … Read more