I just did the Vitality Compass quiz from the University of Minnesota (UofM) School of Public Health, and determined that my biological age is six years younger than my actual age (and no, I won’t be revealing the latter). The calculator also suggests that I’ll live to 90. But, I could live an additional 5.8 years if I pick up a few healthy habits, such as exercising more and eating more fruits and vegetables. No surprises there.
According to healthbolt.net, The Vitality Compass is based on a complex 106-page algorithm, which calculates your current longevity possibilities based on how you are living now. It was developed by Dr. Robert Kane at UofM.
What about you? The quiz only takes a few minutes, so do it and let me know how you score! It’s pretty cool.