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The Original Real Age Life Expectancy Calculator

"Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if vegetables smelled as good as bacon." ~Doug Larson

 

Your Virtual or Real Age shown by the Real Age Calculator can be used to determine your

health, care for your body, vitality, life expectancy and the best way to lose weight.. Consider this a true age test based on gender, weight, build, biological age, stress, sleep, cholesterol, blood pressure, smoking, CAD history, heart problems, digestive tract, Diabetes history. Your life expectancy increases in years as you click on the calculator, based on your answers. The lower this mental age test software shows your age to be the better your physical condition.

 

Whether or not you are in treatment, recovery, a weight loss program or diet plan, it can be used to calculate the life expectancy of someone of your current physical age. Take the true age life expectancy test now. Click the Arrow to Begin

 

 

 

 

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Life Expectancy By Country

Life expectancy equals the average number of years a person born in a given country would live if mortality rates at each age were to remain constant in the future. The life expectancy is shown separately for males and females, as well as a combined figure. Several non-sovereign entities are also included in this list. The figures reflect the quality of healthcare in the countries listed as well as other factors including ongoing wars, obesity, and HIV infections.

 

Worldwide, the average life expectancy at birth was 71.0 years (68.5 years for males and 73.5 years for females) over the period 2010-2013 according to United Nations World Population Prospects 2012 Revision, and 70.7 years (68.2 years for males and 73.2 years for females) for 2009 according to The World Factbook. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), women on average live longer than men in all countries, with the exception of Tuvalu, Tonga, Kuwait, and Qatar. Source: Wikipedia

 

The 5 Stages of Obesity

There has been significant criticism of existing obesity definitions and cardiometabolic risk assessment tools, particularly with regard to body mass index (BMI), Cha said, adding that some studies have shown that EOSS may be a better predictor of risk.

It includes five stages, ranging from obesity with no metabolic abnormality (stage 0), to preclinical conditions such as prediabetes (stage 1), comorbidity such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, or dyslipidemia (stage 2), end-organ damage such as heart failure (stage 3), and severe disability (stage 4).

The researchers compared EOSS criteria with diet and lifestyle factors among 106 overweight and obese young adults in the Atlanta metro area. About three-quarters (77%) were female and 73% were African American, and the majority (79%) fell into EOSS stage 2 obesity. Source: MedpageToday

 

 

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