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Tips And Strategies On The Best Ways To Lose Stomach Fat

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Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………… 2 Call to action: Steps you can take now to start losing stomach fat……………………… 3 Start by changing one eating habit……………………………………………………….. 4 Lose stomach fat with low GI foods………………………………………………………6 The connection between protein and weight loss…………………………………………8 Water and weight loss……………………………………………………………………..9 Foods that burnfat………………………………………………………………………. 10 Best exercises to lose stomach fat……………………………………………………….12 Five steps you can take now……………………………………………………………..14 Lose weight with a simple weight-loss plan……………………………………………. 15 Welcome to the New You!………………………………………………………………17 For those who would like to take it to another level – How to lose belly fat and get Abs……………………………………………………...19 One of the best resources on the Internet for losing weight and keeping it off …and for living a healthy life………………………………………………………………………20


INTRODUCTION The information in this book has been compiled from some of the articles I have written for article directories like It is designed to give you enough information to help you to take action now. You can then move on to building your own eating and exercise program. For many of us, by the time we reach our 50s, excess stomach fat has become a fact of life. Some of us have taken many years of tender loving care and dedication to get our stomachs to where they are today. Our lifestyle has given us such pleasure and comfort that we really do not want to have to change it. But some of us know our stomach is getting too big and we do need to do something about it. But it is not easy. Particularly, when we have to make changes, make some sacrifices and suffer some discomfort. But maybe the time has come to take positive action to get that stomach fat down. Apart from the way we might feel – we may feel uncomfortable at times – and the way we look, excess stomach fat is unhealthy. It has been linked to several modern lifestyle diseases. So there are cosmetic and health reasons to do something about it. We can keep putting it off or we can use some of the ideas in this book to motivate ourselves into addressing the issue once and for all. The good news is we do not have to change everything at once. We do not have to turn our world upside down. But we do have to start to change and to change gradually in a permanent way, so that our lifestyle in six or twelve months will be different to what it is today. Once these changes become habits you will not notice them. They will simply become who you are. By doing this, you will set yourself on the path to good health, which will help protect you against many of the modern diseases such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, arthritis and a host of other diseases that are linked to overweight. There is every chance you will live longer - and be well enough to enjoy it. Good luck with your efforts, William Burnell


This book is a call to action! You can spend a lot of time finding out the best ways to lose your stomach fat or you can start right now – then gradually refine what you are doing to suit you and your lifestyle. This is how you start right now: 1. Make a change today, however small: reduce the amount of sugary drinks you have been consuming; ease back on the french fries; start doing some exercise - go for a walk. 2. Make a list of the food you know you should not eat as often as you do. You do not have to be a health expert to know what they are. 3. If you have fallen into the habit of a morning coffee and cake or sugary snacks, cut down on the snacks and have a bigger breakfast. If it is too hard to give up completely, cut it down to having it every other day. 4. Change one or two foods to a healthier alternative - whole meal bread instead of white, fruit or oats or natural muesli for breakfast instead of the sugary cereals. 5. Increase your fiber intake. Make fruit a part of you breakfast or have it for snacks. 6. Cut down on heavy late night meals - have a bigger lunch 7. Gradually change your diet so that you are eating healthy foods 80 percent of the time. 8. Start some form of physical activity on a regular basis. 9. Make the decision now to become a healthier person by changing your mind-set. 10. If you do better with a program to follow, you will find some of the top selling exercise DVDs on Amazon at


Start by changing one eating habit The hardest part about changing anything is getting started. Sometimes the task can seem just too hard. This certainly applies to trying to lose stomach fat. It is even harder if you have not exercised much for years or if you have tried various weight loss methods without success or if you have decided you are going to be like this for the rest of your life. You may not be happy with your body, or you may not be happy with yourself for not doing something sooner, but where do you start? The answer could be to start by changing one habit. Look for the one eating habit you have fallen into that you know is not doing you any good. Start working on that. Do not worry about anything else. You do not have to make any grand plans to lose a certain amount of weight or to become super fit or to become the leanest person in town – simply zero in on the one eating habit you should do something about. It may have been annoying you for some time and you may have been putting it to the back of your mind, but it keeps coming back to nag you. Carol's Story Carol found she had to work longer hours and did not take the usual care with her diet. She ate whatever was easiest to prepare rather than what was good for her. She had fallen into the habit of drinking soft drinks at night. She reached a stage where she knew she had to make a change. She looked for one eating habit she could change and decided to give up the soda. She said she felt immediate benefits and started to lose weight even without doing any exercise. She even felt lighter. This inspired her to find other ways to improve her diet and to do some research. She discovered that by cutting back on carbohydrates and high-starch foods, as well as giving up the nightly can of drink, she would have less energy to burn and would burn fat instead. She started to feel so good she wanted to do more. She began exercising on a regular basis. At first she walked, making longer and longer walks. Then she expanded her exercises to working on her abdominal muscles once a week and some resistance sessions from time to time. All this started by giving up the one habit of drinking a can of soda every night. Changing that one eating habit has helped her lose stomach fat and become a healthier, happier person. Mark's Story Mark had fallen into the habit of after-work drinking sessions with his friends. They sometimes went on too long, which meant big meals, usually fast food, late at night. He knew he was overweight and out of shape. One day, he looked at himself in the mirror and did not like what he saw. It was then he decided to change. He said it was not easy at first because he enjoyed drinking and socializing with his friends but within a few days


he started to feel better. He found he had more energy and was more alert. He decided to take it a step further and look at his whole lifestyle. He began eating healthier foods and going to the gym. He did not lose weight straight away but after 40 days he had lost over 20 pounds. He worked harder at the gym and finally became a personal trainer. Of course, you may not want to become a personal trainer but you can do what he did. He made the change by giving up one eating habit – in this case it was a drinking habit. What is the one eating habit you can change to get you started?


Lose Stomach Fat in Your 50s With Low GI Foods The carbohydrates we eat convert to sugar in the form of glucose, which is absorbed into our blood stream to be distributed around the body. This glucose feeds our entire system, as every part of our body needs it. Different foods convert to sugar at different speeds. The glycemic index (GI) rates the speed of this conversion. The higher a food is placed on the index, the faster it converts to sugar. The faster a food converts to sugar the quicker it enters our blood stream and sends our blood sugar up. When this happens our body reacts to control the sudden surge in sugar. It does this by releasing insulin. Insulin, among other things, is a storage hormone, which is used by the body to store energy for future use. This energy is in the form of fat, which is stored in the liver and muscles. Consequently, the continual consumption of high GI foods triggers this response repeatedly, which means our body is storing fat unless we are burning it off. For many of us this fat is stored as stomach fat. The glycemic index itself starts at zero and goes up one hundred, with water being at the bottom and white sugar at the top. Some high GI foods:  Foods like candy, cookies and cake are high on the list  Many breakfast cereals are high on the list as some of them have up to 30% sugar content  Other foods such as white bread, bagels, white rice, potatoes and French fries Some low GI foods:  Breakfast cereal - muesli, rolled oats and all bran  Wholegrain bread, multigrain bread, brown rice, sweet potato, spaghetti  Most fruit and vegetables, although some of the tropical fruits such as mango are high GI, and most nuts It is recommended we eat as many as the low GI foods as we can and limit the intake of the high GI ones. The low GI foods are the ones that take longer to break down in the body and convert to sugar. They are also the healthier option. They are the foods we should all be eating anyway. Not only do they help us lose stomach fat but also they help us maintain our health. If we want to lose our stomach fat we should be eating carbohydrates taken mainly from the low GI list and some vegetable or animal protein. At the same time we are supplying our body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to stay in good health.


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Protein And Weight Loss By the time you reach your 50s a lot of things can go wrong. You may have suffered injuries or developed joint problems, which may make it difficult for you to exercise. One thing exercise does is speed up your metabolism, which is what high protein foods do also. While eating protein may not take the place of exercise, it will help you lose weight. Protein forces the body to use more energy (calories) to maintain itself. Energy means fat, so the more energy we use the more fat we lose. This means there is less fat to sit on our stomachs. The opposite of this is eating food that slows our metabolism, which means we use less energy and less fat. In this regard, there is a connection between protein and weight loss. Importance Of Metabolism Metabolism is an essential function of our bodies. It is a process that changes the food we eat into energy and other essential elements. This allows the body to maintain itself, heal itself, and cleanse itself by getting rid of toxins - in fact, to function. Apart from helping us to digest the food we eat, it plays an important role in helping us to absorb nutrients. For our metabolism to function at its best we need to provide our bodies with enough fluids, nutrients and exercise. Each makes an important contribution to the health of our metabolism and if any one is missing, our metabolism will slow down, which causes us to use less energy and increase our weight. Our metabolism has a direct bearing on our weight. Because protein speeds up our metabolism, protein and weight loss go hand in hand. Sources Of Protein The most common source of protein is from animals. Lean meats and fish are good sources, as they are not high in saturated fats. There are other sources of protein such as nuts, seeds, grains, eggs, and legumes. Apart from helping you lose weight they also provide nutrients in the form of essential minerals and vitamins. These are foods that are generally easy to get and to incorporate into your diet. There are many more foods that are high in protein that you could include in you diet. The body needs a balance of protein, carbohydrates and fats to maintain good health but, because of the link between protein and weight loss, it is important to make sure it is getting plenty of protein if we want to lose our stomach fat.


Water And Weight Loss We hear constantly we should drink plenty of water. Every health professional recommends this as part of our diet regime. Some years ago it started the bottled water revolution, so that many people will not leave home without a bottle of water. In fact, you begin to wonder how much you can drink and how good it is. We all know it has made the drink manufacturers a lot of money. Bottled water is big business and is sold by the thousands of gallons throughout the world. Granted, our bodies need water to function properly, but is there a connection between water and weight loss? Thirst and Hunger Research has shown thirst and hunger sensations go together. The body can mistake thirst for hunger. This means when we think we are hungry, we may be thirsty. We then take in food rather than quenching our thirst. If we do not drink enough and constantly get the thirst and hunger signals wrong, we are eating more. There is water in most foods, so that we could be looking for the water content to satisfy our thirst. This could mean we are getting unnecessary calories from the food when we all we needed was some no-calorie water. Even if we are hungry, a drink of water will satisfy us for a while and we can put off eating a little longer. Water Helps Burn Calories Water helps our metabolism burn calories faster. If we drink water during meals, it helps our digestion and metabolism, which means the food is broken down into elements the body can handle. This helps break down our body fat. This is where there is a connection between water and weight loss. In addition to that, a drink of water before we eat will help fill our stomachs so that we will eat less. This applies throughout the day – water will stave off the hunger pangs. It also plays an important part in our elimination process, which is essential to weight loss. It flushes our system, helping the kidneys get rid of waste and toxins. Water is best Even though the body will be satisfied with a variety of fluids to quench our thirst, we have to be careful what we give it. There is so much sugar in many fruit juices, sodas and even sports drinks, we are better giving it water when we are thirsty, as we know there are no calories. In this regard, water and weight loss go hand in hand. Overall, apart from helping us maintain good health, water does play an important part with our weight loss.


You Can Lose Stomach Fat In Your 50s If You Change Your Diet To Foods That Burn Fat What are you eating these days? Are you still eating the same food that helped you grow that 50 year-old stomach? If you are, you are not going to lose stomach fat. Even if you are exercising, you are fighting a losing battle. If you do not start replacing the food you have always eaten with the food you should be eating you will be taking two steps forward and one step backwards. In the end you could give up because you are making little or no progress. There is a wide variety of everyday foods that burn fat and that will help you lose stomach fat. The foods that do this best are the ones high in protein or high in fiber because your body has to work harder to digest them. When we think of protein we can tend to think of animal protein only, but there are many vegetables that contain both protein and fiber. Here are some of the foods that you should consider making part of your diet.

Animal protein  Meat is the most common form of protein. Try to select lean cuts of meat and to avoid processed meats. Products like ham rolls and chicken rolls are usually high in fat and have preservatives in them. Meats high in fat are not going to help your waistline or your heart. Look for lean beef, lamb, buffalo or poultry without the skin  Eggs are a good source of protein. These are an easy food that can be eaten in a variety of ways. It only takes a few minutes to cook an egg. Even fried eggs are easy to cook and are healthy if they are done in olive oil  Dairy products such as milk, yogurt and cheese are high in protein but can be high in fat. Select the low-fat variety Vegetable Protein  Beans have a high percentage of protein, particularly soy beans, which have almost as much protein as meat. There are a number of soy products available that can supply you with protein – burgers, milk, ice cream, tofu. There are plenty of other beans that are readily available - lima beans, navy bean, red beans, kidney beans  Vegetables – broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, potatoes, tomatoes  Fruit – apples, oranges, bananas, peaches, pineapples  Grain – barley, oatmeal, brown rice, wheat, millet,  Seeds and Nuts – almonds, cashews, walnuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds


As you can see, there are many foods that contain protein and fiber and most of them are easily available. This is by no means the complete list because most fruit, vegetables, grains and seeds contain protein and fiber. They not only help you lose weight but provide essential nutrients for your wellbeing. If you have not started to include these in your diet to replace the foods you have always eaten, now is the time to start. If you do not change your diet you will not lose your stomach fat.


Best Exercise To Get Rid Of Stomach Fat Quickly We all know we have to exercise on a regular basis if we want to lose stomach fat. The simple fact is doing regular vigorous exercise, along with eating the right food, is the most effective way of losing weight and keeping it off. The trouble is by the time we are over 50 the build up of stomach fat has happened over many years. It can take time to lose that fat and it is easy to become impatient and disheartened with the lack of progress. There is a type of exercise that will get rid of that stomach fat quickly but it requires a little effort and discipline. It is called interval training. Interval Training There should be another name for this type of exercise because it sounds very technical and like hard work. The very word "training" can put you off. But do not let it frighten you because any one can do it and it works. It shifts fat a lot faster than other types of exercise and it does it in much shorter exercise periods. At its heart is the simple idea of making your body work harder for short bursts, followed by periods of rest. Your body has to work harder than usual during those periods of intense activity which helps burn off the calories. In addition to that, one of its great benefits is your body keeps burning fat long after you stop. This type of training can be adapted to virtually any type of exercise. For example, if you are using an exercise bike you simply go at your normal rate for say, 20 seconds, then go as fast as you can for 10 seconds. The same applies to jogging, running or swimming. You do this for 20 minutes at a time, but allow 5 minutes to warm-up and 5 minutes to cool-down or stretch. There are a number of variations you can apply but the simpler the better. As you get fitter you can gradually change to longer periods of intense activity and shorter rest periods. Best Weight Loss Results Australian researchers of the University of New South Wales and the Garvan Institute found the best weight loss results came from 8 seconds of intense exercise followed by 12 seconds of light exercise for 20-minute periods. They tested this on 45 overweight women over a 15-week period using a stationary bike. The women lost three times more weight than other women who exercised at a continuous regular rate for 40-minute periods. The great advantage of this type of exercise is the short amount of time you have to give to it. All you have to do is find 20 minutes about 3 times a week, with a few minutes at the beginning and the end to warm up and to cool down or stretch. The best way to warm up is to start doing your regular exercise moderately for about 5 minutes. If you are not fit


it will take a little while to get your intensity up, but the more intense the training the better the results. As a matter of interest, the Australian researchers pointed out a person who walked 60 minutes a day for 7 days a week would lose only about 2.5 pounds (1.15 kg). That is a lot of work for little result and is one of the reasons people give up. Not many people have the time or the discipline to walk for an hour everyday. If you try this out you will be pleasantly surprised with the results. I lost weight over a few weeks and have kept it off for several months. In fact, this is now my regular way of exercising. This exercise does work but if you have joint problems or other health issues you will have to use your common sense and not overdo it. Simply do what you can without hurting yourself. Any regular exercise is good but it does need to be vigorous enough to get your heart pumping and to lose calories.


How to Lose Stomach Fat In Your 50s – 5 Steps You Can Take Now If you are over 50 and carrying more stomach fat than you would like, you may be having a hard time getting rid of it. In fact, you may be tempted to give up on doing anything about it. Particularly, if you have tried the diets and the exercises that were full of promises but ended in disappointment. You may be trying to get used to the idea that you that you are always going to be this way. Many people feel this way because it all seems too hard. The Best Diet is No Diet Most diets do not work. Fad diets come and go and are generally impractical and end up becoming boring. Starvation diets can be dangerous and they leave you hungry and craving for the foods you are not supposed to eat, which makes it harder not to eat them. In fact, the best diet is no diet. This does not mean you can eat whatever you like whenever you like but it does mean eating the right food – food that will help you lose you stomach fat. There are a surprising number of foods that actually do that. The solution is simple: we replace the fat-building foods with the fat-busting foods. The solution is not only simple but it is practical – we can all do it. The key is to take action. Take some simple steps and build on them: 1. Make a list of the foods you love to eat, even though you know they make you put on weight. You know the ones – cakes, pastries, fast food, French fries, sugary drinks. Think about which ones you can cut down on or eliminate completely. Can you eat a little less? 2. Replace some of those with healthy, high fibre food to help the elimination process. Start the day with high fibre foods - fruit, nuts, oats or other natural breakfast cereal. Cut down on the cereals with very high sugar content. 3. Drink plenty of water. This can help with elimination and satisfy hunger. Sometimes we are looking for food when, in fact, our bodies need fluid. 4. Start a regular exercise program – an activity you can do and can maintain. If you have not been exercising, then you should start slowly and build up your activity. Walking, swimming, cycling and stretching are all good. 5. Concentrate on things you can do most of the time. There is no point in rushing into giving up on all the things you like or starting into a hectic exercise regime, as this is not likely to last. Give yourself time and gradually change your eating and lifestyle habits. You want these good habits to last for years to come. You still have time to work on reducing your stomach fat, so that you will reduce your weight, which will improve your general health. It is important to address these things now so that you will not go into old age in poor health or with poor mobility. You will find more ideas to help by visiting


How To Lose Weight With A Simple Weight Loss Plan I overheard a woman being asked how she lost so much weight. Her reply was, "Simple, I eat less and move more". She was right - it is simple. I thought this was a pretty uncomplicated way of doing something about her weight. I also thought she was lucky to have found such a simple weight loss plan that worked. We need to find a way we can lose weight that is simple. We have to find something we can do and keep doing. It is easy to think we have to take on a complicated diet to be successful. Sometimes we just do not want to get our heads around the rules – we can eat this; we cannot eat that; we have to exercise for 30 minutes a day; we have to do certain types of exercise. It makes sense to start with a simple, common sense way to control our weight. We know we have to eat less, so we can start with that. Use some of the proven strategies to eat less     

Use smaller plates – entrée plates instead of dinner plates Do not have seconds Do not load up your plate Ask for, or serve yourself, smaller portions Start saying "no" to your appetite – do not have that extra slice of bread or that extra potato  Drink a glass or two of water before every meal to help fill your stomach. Drink water during the meal to fill your stomach and to aid digestion  When you are hungry have healthy snacks of fruit or nuts  Eat slowly so your brain will know your appetite is satisfied – your brain needs about 20 minutes to catch up. If you eat too quickly, you brain does not catch up and thinks you need more food

Think of ways you can move more.  Watching TV: get up and move around during the advertisements  In the Office: look for reasons to move. Stand at your desk for a few minutes. Look for jobs you can do on your feet. Go for a drink of water  At home: take a positive attitude towards your chores – the ironing, cleaning and bed-making are all physical activities

Use a positive attitude to help you move more. Instead of seeing the physical tasks you have to do as a nuisance and annoying, welcome them as opportunities to move more. Movement uses energy - using energy uses calories, using calories loses weight. A man I know started his first job in a tyre distribution outlet, which meant handling heavy tyres most of the day. At first he resented the fact he had to work so hard but then


he decided to use the opportunity to build and strengthen his body. He was playing amateur football at the time and needed to work on his body anyway. By changing his attitude he found he looked forward to work. There is no reason why we cannot think in the same positive terms. We can feel good about what we need to do to achieve what we want. I like the simple weight loss plan of eating less and moving more. I think it is worth putting it into practice. It works for others so it should work for you.


Lose The Stomach Fat and Become a New You We all know how frustrating it is to get rid of stomach fat and to get rid of it permanently. It can de done, but it requires a permanent lifestyle change. Mind you, it is not a painful process. It is not even all that difficult, but it does mean change and change is never easy. Old Eating Habits Die Hard Old eating habits have to go, and this is hard. Most of the comfort food, the sugary delights, the heaped up plates of stomach-fat-making food have to go. Notice I said most have to go, but not all. There is still room for some of your old favourites if you follow the new health regime most of the time. But you have to decide this is going to be permanent – the new way you are going to live your life. This is not new ground you are breaking, as many have done it before you. It may be new ground to you but then you have to do that to make a new, better you – the New You. What will the New You look like? The New You The New You thinks about food in terms of its health properties, not as just a way of fuelling your body or catering to your taste. You will ask yourself questions like, "Will this food make me healthier? Is it the sort of food I want to put into my body? Do I really need it?" If you get a negative answer, the New You will find it easier to resist the temptation to indulge because you have a vision of yourself as a healthier, slimmer person. After a while your thinking changes and so do your habits – and that is the key to long-term change. What sort of foods will the New You eat? Here are some: More protein in the form of lean meat More carbohydrates from fruit and vegetables Fewer carbohydrates from white bread, pasta, white rice, white sugar Fewer take-aways that are cooked in trans fats Little or no sugar in your tea or coffee – you'll get used to it Healthier snacks: fruit, nuts, wholegrain bread - or no snacks at all Fewer cookies, cakes and pastries In addition to that, the New You will look for ways to get some physical activity on a regular basis. You will set aside mornings to exercise before you go to work or before you get caught up in the usual daily activities. If you miss one of your designated days, you will exercise the next day or you will make time later in the day to make sure you get some exercise.


This will become part of your life. It will not rule you but it will have an important place in your life. After a while you will want to exercise because you feel better when you do. If you have to, you will get up earlier because you do not want to miss a day. You will do some research into the right foods to eat and the exercises that are right for you and your lifestyle. You will check the GI table to make sure the foods you eat most of the time are not too high up the table. The Rewards Why would the New You do this? Because you enjoy feeling healthier and more energetic and you like the way you look without the excess stomach fat. The New You feels good about yourself and enjoys taking control of your life with positive action. The New You will wonder why there ever was an Old You. Here's to the New You!

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How To Lose Belly Fat And Get Abs Before you can get abs you will need to lose the belly fat. Your abs are hiding under that. Here are some exercises you can do to lose your stomach fat, which will also help you get rid of other excess fat: 1. Many people think if they do a particular stomach exercise enough times they will get abs, but this does not work and they could harm themselves by putting a strain on other parts of the body. The best way to burn fat is to exercise your whole body. Exercises like squats, push-ups, lunges are very good. Try to use as many muscles as you can. This way you will build your muscle mass, which will speed up you metabolism and burn calories faster. 2. Add cardio exercises to your strength building. These exercises need to be hard to help burn calories. It is no good going for a stroll around the block and expecting big results. Find the cardio exercise that suit you best - walking, running, cycling, swimming, treadmill or exercise bike. You need to do vigorous cardio exercises about 3 times a week. 3. When you lose some excess stomach fat then you can add more flat-stomach exercises to your routine to get your abs to work harder. Crunches are good for this. The whole point of any exercise you do should be to burn off more calories than you are taking in. If you go for a heavy workout at the gym but then go for a pizza or a fatty takeaway, you will not lose weight or, if you do, you will lose it very slowly. You do need to change your diet and you do need to change it permanently if you want to keep your flat stomach. To keep yourself in shape and to keep your abs you will need to stay faithful to your diet. Once you get in shape you will not have to work quite so hard, but you still need to keep up strength training and cardio vascular training to control weight and maintain good health. To help with your diet try to avoid white flour and white sugar products, along with food heavy in fat such as fried foods. Include plenty of good protein like lean meat, fish, eggs and nuts and plenty of fruit and vegetables and whole grain bread and cereals. Do not look for overnight results. You do need to be patient, particularly if you are very overweight. If you have not exercised for some time, you should take it easy at first. Work on your fitness for several weeks and you will start to see a difference – you will see those hidden abs appearing. If you really want to get rid of your stomach fat and look trim, you will find a program to do this at:


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How To Lose Stomach Fat In Your 50s  

Tips and strategies to help you lose stomach fat in your 50s - or at any other age.