Learn about the latest in women’s health to live a longer and healthier life
Did you know?
More than half of women over 50 have
low bone density
We are also living longer, though
our extra years may not be healthy ones
simple steps we can take to live longer, healthier lives
The good news.
We’re living longer!
Women in the western world can now expect to live into their 80s, and men into their late 70s. That’s twice as long as 200 years ago, when most of us got just 40 years. But the bad news is that these extra years are not necessarily healthy ones. Most people will see their health start to decline in their 50s.
Hi, I’m Jules!
Let me ask you a question. How do we know we are healthy?
Over the past year, I’ve spoken to hundreds of women in the US, the UK, Australia and Canada about how they are managing to stay well. And what I’ve discovered is that maintaining our health is a matter of doing the best we can with little accurate data.
No two bodies are the same, so I invite you to become an expert in yours. You can expect to live on in your bodily home for a long time, so you might as well understand its key performance indicators.
I’ve designed this website to break down some of the most important scientific themes into actionable steps. If you’re a first time visitor to my website, the articles, blogs and product reviews¹ linked through from this page are a great place to start.
Meanwhile, if you would like to know more about me, see My Story.
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¹Statements made on this website about health products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, test, cure or prevent any disease.