All of them were non-smokers.

They generally stayed fit and trim by eating nutritious diets and exercising regularly.

Nearly all had healthy levels of cholesterol and blood pressure, which reduced their risk of developing cardiovascular disease, the #1 cause of death worldwide.

They owned their own homes or rented expensive residences, allowing them to live independently and stay mentally, physically, and socially active.

Most did not retire early, but instead actively worked until at least age 54.

None drank more than 4 cups of coffee per day.

Many reported having an optimistic outlook on life, which researchers said helped them embrace the power of positive thinking and combat stress and anxiety.


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