Living to be 100 - 2nd edition PDF

Do you want to live the longest, healthiest, happiest life you can with the best mental and physical functioning? This home-study course is literally about the secret to life: the lifestyle choices you can make that will increase the odds of having the longest and healthiest life you can. You will find out that there are 16 lifestyle characteristics that these oldest people tend to have in common, no matter where they live in the world.
Manufacturer: Biomed Books

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Hour 1

  1. Introduction
  2. A Short History of Life Expectancy: From the Stone Age To the Information Age
  3. Who Has Lived the Longest? A Good Bet: It Was A Woman
  4. Men and Women: Is There A Difference In Who Gets to 100?

Hour 2

  1. Becoming A Centenarian : Stone Age Genes vs. Industrial Age World
  2. To Become An American Centenarian: Avoid Cardiovascular Disease & Cancer
  3. A Long Life Span Or A Long Healthspan: Which Do You Want?
  4. Becoming A Centenarian: Is It Heredity or Environment
  5. The 16 Steps To Make It To 100 Years of Age

Hour 3

  1. Centenarians: What They Have In Common Around The World
  2. How to Live to 100 Years Old: Steps 1-8

Hour 4

  1. How to Live to 100 Years Old: Steps 9-16

 

Learning Objectives 

  1. Outline why human longevity in industrialized nations has greatly increased in recent years.
  2. Discuss how our “Stone Age” genes combine with lifestyle and environmental conditions that affect life expectancy and disability.
  3. Review how current causes of death differ from those a century ago.
  4. Describe some gender differences in life expectancy and disability in old age.
  5. Explain why a long “healthspan” is usually preferable to a long “lifespan.”
  6. Explain why the “Mediterranean” diet may be best for optimal aging and cardiovascular health.
  7. Describe how “escapers,” “delayers,” and “survivors” make it to 100 years old.
  8. List the 16 lifestyle steps that everyone can do to increase the chance to make it to 100 years old.
Instructor M. Howard, Ph.D.
# of Pages 276
More Information About This Course: Living to be 100 Accreditation PDF
Contact Hours: 4
NCBTMB Contact Hours 4 (Not Approved for NY)

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