In the United States, men can expect to live 76 years on average, while women tend to live for 81 years. Of course, both those numbers are just averages. In practical terms, what that means is that some people will live well in into their nineties, while others barely make it to their sixties.
I doubt I need to ask you which group you’d prefer to fall into. The good news is, we all have some measure of control over our lifespans, and we have a whole lot of control over our health. You can’t live forever, but how you choose to live day-to-day will determine whether you live as long as possible — and whether you’re fit and healthy enough to have a good time while you’re here. Check out 15 tiny changes that can make a big difference in my new post on WiseBread.com.