If you knew you'd live to 100, how would you change your life today?

Getting Better with Age

 

At The 100 Year Lifestyle we know that living at 100:100, 100% for 100 years, means the best can be and often is yet to come. People, like wine, can get better with age.

In fact, you can read about some of these amazing people truly living their best lives at 100 and beyond. 100-year-old Iris is a fashion icon, literally. Betty just retired on her 100th birthday from the National Park Service as their oldest, active ranger. Liang Mee Lun makes paper flowers as a way to raise funds for local charities. Hazel McCallion, a 101-year-old true force of nature, has just signed up to another three years running Canada’s biggest airport. These are people who have been leading the pack, living vibrant lives at 100 and beyond in spite of what people said or believed was possible.

But now the science is in, and it backs them  and The 100 Year Lifestyle up. According to a study done by the University of New South Wales Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing in Australia, near centenarians show greater brain connectivity than people in their mid-70s. Feeling sorry for the 76-79 year olds in the study who didn’t fare nearly as well as their 95-103 year old counterparts? Don’t worry, they, too, will get better with age! Keep reading

 

 

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