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5 Lifestyle Factors Can Add 10+ Years to Life Expectancy

Make positive lifestyle choices and live longer!

The evidence continues to accumulate--a healthy lifestyle in middle-age improves the length and quality of life. Using data from two very large cohorts, researchers looked at the associations between five low-risk lifestyle factors and mortality over 30 years. A healthy diet, never smoking, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity for 30 minutes/day or more, a healthy weight, and no excessive alcohol consumption resulted in a 74% reduced mortality risk.

PositiveTip: These 5 factors can increase average life expectancy at age 50 by 14 years for women and 12 years in men!