There is a difference between biological age and chronological age. Some people in their sixties look like they are in their forties and others who have bad lifestyle choices look 20 years older than their peers.
The life expectancy in 1900 was 49 years. Today, the life expectancy is around 77 years, and many people are living well beyond that figure. Living healthy to 101 is a definite possibility if you follow proper lifestyle choices.
However, life expectancy and quality of life are two entirely different topics. You can expect to live longer largely because we now have the power to extend or sustain life through advanced medical technology. Living longer doesn't always translate into living well, though.
Your quality of life will be determined largely by the lifestyle choices you make today. We now know that almost anyone can remain vigorous, active and mentally sharp well into their older years, simply by adapting a lifestyle that includes a healthy diet, regular exercise, intellectual stimulation and emotional wellness.
This fact puts you squarely in the driver’s seat. What kind of future do you want for yourself, your spouse and your children?
The lifestyle habits you establish now will ensure a satisfying lifestyle for more of your years. You’ll also reduce the burden your children face in caring for you in old age. Your good habits also serve as a powerful example to your kids, setting the stage for wellness for future generations.

When our clients follow proper lifestyle recommendations, they noticed increased energy, vitality, better sleep and they decreased their dependence on prescription and over the counter medications.
Much of the diagnostic and treatment procedures that are used in conventional Western medicine is irrelevant, destructive and live in violation of Natural Law.
We all have experienced the truth in this. Chronology ones and actual age are two very different things. You can learn for yourself, timeless and Scientifically proven strategies to help you Recognize and weed out all of the clothes and attitudes weak deny That power and health to your life ... and to replace them with evidential truth.
Integrative medicine treats the whole person taking into account all medications, supplements, herbs, stress and lifestyle issues to find the exact cause of the problem and not just to mask symptoms. In functional medicine we are taught to think in terms of antecedents, those are factors in a person’s life that set them up to be ill. In searching for antecedents, we should look into a person’s life all the way back to their infancy, and often finds an exposure to toxins along the way that have contributed to their health issues. The toxic load in people’s bodies can be treated by a process of detoxification that involves dietary and lifestyle changes.

The one million dollar question is: Can you live healthy, to 101 or until your expiry date? I believe there is scientific evidence as I presented that the answer is absolutely YES. If you believe that it is possible, then you will achieve it. If not, you are right! You are probably depressed.
Living to 101+ despite your bad genes can be achieved by following proper life style's choices, proper stress management, full state of hydration, oxygenation through deep breathing as well as healthy positive mental attitude.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. George Grant is considered by his peers as Canada‘s Wellness Ambassador & Champion. He is the founder & CEO of Academy of Wellness in 1983. Dr Grant enjoys a stellar academic background as well as a fascinating career in research. He is a scientist, professor, analytical chemist, toxicologist, pharmacologist, microbiologist, nutritionist, biofeedback, stress management & pain specialist, and indoor air quality specialist. Dr Grant is the author of 7 best selling books, former Scientist at University of Saskatchewan‘s Faculty of Pharmacy and Nutrition, Professor at Seneca College in Toronto, and Senior Consultant for Health Canada as well as in private practice.
Prof. Dr. Grant is among International Who’s Who of Professionals. He has 100 published articles, conference presentations, book reviews and 7 bestselling books, including a chapter in 100 ways to improve your life with Mark Victor Hanson, the author of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Dr Grant helped 7 Olympic athletes to remain competitive. Dr. Grant helped thousands of his clients, corporations and non profit organizations worldwide through his passion for wellness and compassion for his clients. He pioneered the research of Beta Endorphins on SIDS at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sask., Saskatoon, Sask. Canada in 1981.