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One fact everyone has to understand despite everybody complaining about environment or diabetes or other medical situations, is that, we are definitely living longer and longer. I do also want to tell you that, our biological life is 120 years and the oldest confirmed human being who has lived was 120 years old, that was from 1875 to 1997, and his name was Jeanne Calment.

There are two terms, first one is the ‘Average Life Expectancy’ which at present in India is 68 years. It means that 100/100 Indians will live, on an average, up to, about 68 years. The other term being ‘Life Expectancy at Birth’ which means- How many years you are going to live, if you are born today?

Thousands of years ago, Life Expectancy at Birth was 25 years. But today, for the whole world, it is 65 years, on an average. Also, you have to understand that, today there are more than 70,000 Americans alive who are more than 100 years old. This data is collected by CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) which is the top medical body of America.

The life expectancy in US is about between 80 and 85 years. Highest life expectancy is of Japan. We do not exactly know why is that. Also for any country, when life expectancy goes on increasing, it shows the achievement of healthcare advancements in that country. Indirectly, it also reflects the overall prosperity of that country. So, this book throws light on the 10 factors to achieve a healthy lifespan of 85 years or more

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