What determines your biological ‘age’?

Our parents precondition us from a young age to believe that we’ll live to a certain age. We walk around with a particular notion in our subconscious that we have a predefined lifespan of between 60 to 90 years. But there is no definitive speed at which a person should gracefully age because we are all so different. Some people seem to look and act eternally young – ageless, wrinkle less. Others, less fortunate, look old beyond their years. Our body’s biological age is a reflection of our physical, mental and spiritual journey through life. In perfect conditions, our bodies can survive to an age of 125 years. Look at the two very different lists below, the potential for aging becomes quite obvious when you compare such a stark difference in lifestyle.

The first person has all the attributes to significantly slow down the aging process and live to a ripe old age with good health.

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