Actuarial tables, chiefly used by government planners and insurance companies, predict and verify, with some degree of accuracy, that your longevity is partially a function of your lifestyle.
Modifying your lifestyle, in order to maximize your healthy period of longevity, is a very personal commitment. Both you and your lifestyle are unique. How you adjust your lifestyle through your anti-aging strategy will be specific to you. Thus levels of well-being and longevity comparisons with your peers or society at large, via actuarial tables, are purely academic.
The objective of an anti-aging strategy is to change your current lifestyle to one influenced by anti-aging principles, in order; to improve your life expectancy by achieving optimum age related health and thus greater longevity.
A crude example of your life expectancy prediction dependent on your lifestyle can be viewed at SonyRadio. Which presents a list of broad lifestyle questions and dependent on your responses indicates your biological age and average life expectancy. The questions asked in this test are all relevant, but are too vague to anticipate an accurate end result. However by using the test one can easily observe...