Based on your answers to the above questions, your current life expectancy is 79 years. If you're not happy with the result, consider that by adopting a healthier lifestyle and avoiding various risk factors, you can increase your life expectancy by up to 15 years.
Your "ideal" weight for maximum longevity is: 155 lbs.
The three biggest positive factors that you have going for you are:
1. Age of grandparents
2. Personality type
The two biggest negative factors that you have going for you are:
78 would mean 54 more years. That doesn't seem like much in the scheme of things (though it's more than twice the focused conscious life I've had so far...)
I switched my gender (:heh: easy, right?) -- no, I mean, I switched it on the form, and left everything else the same. It comes back to me with:
If you continue maintaining healthy habits, you'll want to plan for a maximum life expectancy of 100 years or more. Your "ideal" weight for maximum longevity is: 142 lbs.
god damn! time for some hormone treatments?
Actually, if I watch my food intake a little it says I get an extra six years, or seven if I'm anal about it. (if I exercised "a lot" instead of "a little", that's one more year... one more if I drove better, one more if I exercised moderately instead of near-to-not-at-all)