If you’ve been reading The 100 Year Lifestyle stories about centenarians, nonagenarians, and supercentenarians, you have probably noticed that very few of these people expected to live as long as they have. Even fewer really know how to explain their healthy longevity and how they got there. What about you? Do you realize the odds are good that you could be a centenarian one day?
You might not be one today, or even close. But according to the latest statistics, there are expected to be nearly 600,000 centenarians in the U.S. by the year 2060. Could you be one of them? Or could someone you love?
Don’t be blindsided. You have the forewarning that you could live longer than you even think possible. Luckily, you have all the tools and support you need at The 100 Year Lifestyle to help you make the lifestyle changes today that will lead to a long and healthy life.
And you have the opportunity to calculate your longevity potential or M-PYR, Minimum Potential Years Remaining. Make sure you read that last line carefully. It says “minimum,” not “maximum.” Remember, not living to 100 isn’t always an option.
Regardless of what that number is for you, knowing it will immediately inspire you to think differently about the rest of your life, make better choices, and ideally live your best 100 Year Lifestyle.
So, calculate your M-PYR. Be sure to read through the 100 Year Lifestyle stories for inspiration and general guidance. Then commit today to living at 100% for 100 years or more. To make the whole process easier, find a provider near you to help you on your journey!