Updated: May 23, 2021
This 30-Year Harvard Study Reveals 5 Daily Habits Can Add 12 to 14 Years to Your Life (and Cut Your Risk of Alzheimer's in Half)
Here are the 5 habits for living a longer life:
Don't smoke. Or vape. Or chew. Or dip.
Drink in moderation. No more than one glass of wine for women, two for men.
Exercise regularly. On average, 30 minutes per day.
Eat healthy. Think a "Mediterranean" diet: Plenty of vegetables, poultry and fish for protein, grains and nuts... with a limited amount of red meat and fried food.
Maintain a healthy bodyweight. Generally speaking, a BMI that falls between 18.5 and 25.
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