More than half of babies were born in the UK and other rich countries will live 100 years, researchers say.
The study, published in the journal The Lancet, also says that additional years pass with less disability. Data from more than 30 developed countries shows that since 1950 the probability of surviving 80 years of age has doubled for both sexes.
One expert said that healthy behaviors for all ages are the key to enjoying a long life.
Professor Kaare Christensen of the Danish Research Centre on Aging at the University of Southern Denmark, who led the study, said life expectancy has been increasing since 1840 and there were no signs that this trend will go down.
We recommend glasses colorless, transparent glass with which to judge the wine’s color clearly. As for the shape of the glass, we suggest you have a balloon or tulip. These are the best ways to appreciate the aromas.
1.Cut the capsule below the neck, being careful not to drag the small plastic particles serve.
2.When you uncork not spin the bottle corkscrew.
3.It looks and smells like cork, because if this can be damaged or moldy indicating that the wine is spoiled.
4. Removes the first drops in a glass aside, possibly to contain residues of cork.
5.The wine must be tasted prior to their service. The glass should be half filled, so that by a slight twisting motion can better appreciate the aroma of wine.
All packaged foods have a printed label indicating serving size and other nutritional information. The nutritional information labels try to give specific information on food packaging.
The amounts of fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals are calculated for a typical portion.
This information makes it easier for consumers to buy foods that fit within your eating plan and help control blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose and weight. However, sometimes, reading these labels can be confusing.
Nutrition Facts: Serving size
The portion size or the number of servings is a calculation of the amount of food that typically, people eat at a meal. This may or may not be a normal serving for you.
It is important to pay attention to portion size, including number of servings in the package, and compare it with what actually eat.
The serving size on the food package influences all the nutrients listed in the top of the label. For example, if the package says it pays for four servings, and eat the entire contents, then you have to quadruple the calories, fats, etc., you have consumed.