104 years old here! This isn't surprising as all the women in my family live to 100+.
Here's what the calculator suggested for me:
PERSONAL: + 0.5 Cutting back on your hours at work, approaching, if you can, 40 or fewer hours, could add half a year to your longevity
+ 2.0 Cutting back 1 day a week of work to 6 days a week could add 1 year of life to your longevity and going to 5 days a week could add 2 years!
I am a stay at homeschooling mom & wife. Not quite sure how they would have me cut back on my hours! I am not stressed by my "work" so this is pretty silly for me.
LIFESTYLE: + 2.0 If it is ok with your doctor, taking an 81 mg aspirin every day improves your hear and brain health and could help you delay or escape a heart attack or stroke. Taking an aspirin each day, perferably in the evening, could add 2 years to your life expectancy.
+ 0.5 Ultraviolet rays present in sunlight and tanning beds greatly increase your risk of skin cancer, including melanoma. They also increase wrinkles. It is good that you are already decreasing your sun exposure. Doing so consistently could add half a year to your life expectancy.
I don't believe in aspirin therapy without cause, so the first is something I wouldn't do.
NUTRITION: + 0.5 Osteoporosis (brittle bones) is a terrible disease that becomes more common with older age. Among the important ways to prevent osteoprosis, it is important to have adequate amounts of calcium in your diet. Add more dairy products to your diet or take 1500 mg of calcium a day. Doing so could add a half a year to your life expectancy.
+ 0.5 Unhealthy snacks lead to wait gain and less nutritious meals. While you are doing a better job staying away from these than many, you could still add half a year by cutting these snacks out of your diet.
Broken bones do not run in my family either, I think osteoporosis is overblown. I like the snacks I eat that are not good for me. I eat more good stuff than bad.
MEDICAL: + 0.5 Getting your blood sugar checked could add half a year to your life expectancy
I had mine checked recently. I don't remember the results, but they were not worrisome at all.
So, I could live another 6.5 years if I follow their suggestions! Wow, I could live to 110.5! Why would I WANT to??!!