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There's no doubt that eating well can be expensive. Or maybe you live in an area with limited access to high-quality foods. Ryan Ferguson knows what that's like; he survived 10 years in prison with horrible food. After his wrongful conviction was overturned, he wanted others to know that even under those conditions, he found a way to thrive. He explains.
 
 
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Valentine's Day is less than a week away. Have you planned your menu yet? Whether you're looking for healthier ideas to send into school with your little valentines or if you're planning a romantic evening at home, we've collected some great ideas on our Pinterest page that will cover you from the appetizers to dessert. And if you've remained committed to your New Year's resolutions so far, don't let this decadent day sabotage your good work. These are delicious, fun and healthier options!
 
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Phyllis Sues started her own fashion label at 50, became a musician and learned Italian and French in her 70s, took tango and trapeze at 80 and walked into her first yoga class at 85. At 91, she has a CD on iTunes, writes for the Huffington Post, dances and performs regularly and jumps rope and practices yoga daily. "If you don't train the body every day, it withers. If you don't train the mind every day, you lose it. Yoga is a wakeup call to every cell in your body. I live to do yoga and I do it to live." We spoke with Phyllis when she was just 88 on Growing Bolder Radio. Click here to listen.