Book Review: Tough Broads

I recently read the newly published book by Caroline Paul, entitled Tough Broads. It is a fantastic read about select older women who have aged well and what has contributed to that.

06.13.24 Do You Have a Longevity Plan?

You have a retirement advisor. At work, you have likely written annual career goals and objectives. If you were at home over the years, you managed kids sports and schooling plans. Why is your health any different? Yet it is.
Very few of us have taken steps to create personal health and longevity plans. And yet, we now know that the condition we’re in at 75 is heavily based on how we treated our body and brain in the preceding decades.

Train & Travel Adventures!

Check out our upcoming trip to Africa! We’ll start training soon for this amazing October trek up Mount Kilimanjaro! The good news is that we’re taking 8 days to get to the top, so there’s plenty of time for acclimatization in the altitude.

Body & Mind Enhancement through Peptide Therapy

We have partnered with Dr. William Seeds, a pioneer in the peptide field for over 30 years, to offer semaglutide as a kickstart for weight loss in addition to many other peptides which can help enhance your life.

Train & Travel Adventures

How about a trip to Patagonia where crystal green waters and icy blue glaciers await? We’re trekking the W Trek again in January with training starting in October. Here’s what some of the women said from our March trip:

05.01.24 5 Steps to Evaluate Your Longevity Odds

Here’s a burning question for most of us in midlife: “What do I hope to accomplish in the next 10 years?” There are so many potential options for your response but however you answer, health is likely a prerequisite. We’ve got a few ideas for your goal and also ways to ensure you are able to achieve it:

04.04.23 Caffeine: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

b-untethered | Blog | Newsletter | 04.04.23 Caffeine: Should You or Shouldn't You? | Image of women drinking coffee

Nearly half of adults reach for a caffeinated beverage due to habit, according to data from the International Food Information Council (IFIC). But an equal percentage (45%) indicate they consume caffeine “to feel awake/alert.”

03.20.23 Peptides: The New ‘IT’ Thing

b-untethered | Blog | Newsletter | 03.20.23 Peptides: The New 'IT' Thing | Image of weight loss woman

Regenerative medicine is a form of medical care that goes beyond only managing disease. It offers scientific and evidence-based therapies that allow the body to regenerate (or repair) itself into a higher state of function.

Women Who Inspire | Jo Aspinall

Jo is a disciplined and dedicated woman who decided that for her 51st birthday, she would attempt to climb to 18,500 feet on the Anna Purna circuit in Nepal.

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