Heres what she tells CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta, not long after completing her swim (click here for the whole interview) Its all authentic. Its a great story, she says. You have a dream 35 years ago doesnt come to fruition, but you move on with life. But its somewhere back there. Then you turn 60, and your mom just dies, and youre looking for something.
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Fitness knows no age
Scotlands World Cup qualifiers against Belgium on Friday and Macedonia next week could have provided an opportunity for Fletcher to get further minutes under his belt after making a scoring comeback at Palace. But after spending five months on the sidelines since damaging ankle ligaments in Scotlands defeat to Wales in March, international boss Gordon Strachan has opted not to rush Fletcher back into action, particularly as the Tartan Army cannot qualify for next summers tournament in Brazil. Assistant manager Mark McGhee said: I asked Gordon could we do that (call up Fletcher) and Gordon considered it and ruled it out, that it was too early. If there was a lot riding on these two games, I think it might be different.
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Fitness boost for Sunderland striker
Making an effort to get your snack will automatically reduce your helpings. Keep up your jogging routine. Prachi Agarwal, fitness expert Fact Vs Fiction Milk always adds to weight gain: False Fact: Milk happens to be one of the most misunderstood food items. While drinking too much of full-cream milk can lead to weight gain, its not a harmful drink in itself. If you want to lose weight, you can always have low fat/ skimmed milk because milk is an important source of protein, carbohydrate and calcium. Adequate intake of calcium when taken through milk is a secret weapon against high blood pressure as it can cancel some of the BP raising effects of sodium.
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