the test is long and involved, but I'd recently had my blood and vitals taken for our health insurance policy, so I drew on that for things like my HDL and waist measurement. I may have estimated up on the exercise, but I'm shocked that my real age is 13 years younger than my actual age. I'm also surprised it did not ask me my water intake. I always tell people that the amount of water I drink is going to be what makes me live forever. Perhaps I'm wrong...
Actually, I think the three elements that will help me live forever are getting sleep, walking everyday, and drinking lots of water. Eating healthy and non-processed will probably help too. And a positive attitude. Attitude is everything and age is just a number, afterall.
I can't tell you if this test is worth the time it takes to fill out, but if you're looking to kill 15 minutes and are interested in your health, check it out. It has some helpful hints on how to stay young and healthy. I completely ignored them because it already gave me 13 years - I don't need to go much younger than 17 thankyouverymuch!
What's your "real age"? How old do you feel? What do you think are the key elements that will keep you young.