How to Live to 100

| by Toni Brayer MD

Research from Denmark shows that life expectancy is increasing steadily and there is a good possibility that by controlling life factors, most everyone can live to be 100. Of course, living in a high income, first world country is the first factor. The Danish experts report that since the 20th century, people in developed countries are living about three decades longer than in the past.

Check out the list (click on it for a better read) to see what factors you can control.

Tip: Don't eat the nuts if you have an allergy. That would definitely lower your chances! And having a baby "later in life" does not mean with IVF or infertility drugs. And a "little" wine doesn't mean a bottle a day.

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