According to the United Nations, in 2015 there were only 500,000 centenarians (the term for people aged 100 and older).

When you compare it to the entire world population (which was 7.3 billion in 2015,) it puts into perspective just how rare it is to reach triple digits in age.

Here are some life changes you should make to help you live longer, according to doctors and registered dietitian nutritionists.

So if you’re looking to live longer, smoking & drinking should absolutely not be part of your lifestyle.

Sure, red meat has tons of flavor, but it’s also packed with saturated fats that could be hurting your health.

Sleep plays a crucial part in longevity, and it’s a myth that older people need less sleep than younger people

If salads aren’t your thing, you can still get tons of greens by adding them to a delicious smoothie.

According to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, adults have to aim to get a hundred and fifty mins of moderate-depth cardio pastime every week.

90% of Americans don’t meet the recommendation for weekly consumption of seafood, which is 8 oz per week. “Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel and trout are all rich in essential omega 3 fats.

 men should aim for 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day, and women should aim for about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day.