According to recent research on aging, runners who eat berries and are the life of the party are most likely to live a long, healthy life. These are just a few of the health habits that researchers are finding lead to physical and cognitive longevity. Other health practices predicting a long life include: eating fewer calories, regularly using technical devices (i.e. a computers), and, interestingly, just feeling young. According to a University of Michigan survey, older adults who say they feel an average of 13 years younger actually do live longer, healthier lives.
So, bottom line: eat less, move more and socialize often and you’ll not only feel younger, you’ll live longer!