How many years of life are American’s robbed of each year?
What is the cost of the loss of those years?
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2014, the United States ranked 53rd in the world in life expectancy. Which means your health would be better in 52 other countries in this world!Despite the U.S. spending the most on health (sick) care in the world! 53! The number one country in the world is Monaco.(It’s just off France in Europe in case your geography potential is low too.)
# 1 | Monaco’s Life Expectancy : 89.5
#2 | Japan’s Life Expectancy: 84.7
… 51 Other Countries …
#53 | United States’ Life Expectancy : 78.8
This means we are 10.7 and 5.9 years behind Monaco and Japan respectively. According to the Stanford Graduate School of Business one year of an American’s life is worth $129,000. That means the cost of the relative years of potential life lost of an American vs. a Monacoian is $1.38 Million! Versus a person from Japan, $761,000!
Living 5-10 more years on this earth means millions of dollars per person in the United States.
It’s lost potential. It’s lost purpose. It’s lost family time. It’s lost philanthropy time.
It’s lost time to make the world a better place.
TAKE ACTION ON YOUR HEALTH TODAY!!