Your Belly Is Flat After Menopause
Women with larger tummies and waists are 20 percent more likely to die prematurely, the National Institute on Aging has revealed – even if they have a normal body mass index.
Once a woman reaches menopause, keeping the midsection trim requires more effort due to hormonal changes. In other words, having a lean midriff in your fifties is an indicator that you may live longer.
You Are Calorie-Conscious
Individuals who limit calorie intake to between 1,400 and 2,000 daily stay younger at heart, researchers have discovered. Their heart function matches that of adults 15 years younger.
Moreover, those who avoid empty calories from sugary, oily, and fatty foods and consume nutrient-dense foods tend to live longer lives and enjoy considerably better health.