You can live a few years longer if you’re in Europe.
The life expectancy for Europeans is over 80 years, which isn’t bad at all. It may have something to do with the fact that they don’t often serve XL or supersize anything on food or drink-related items. It’s not to say that there isn’t obesity in Europe, but compared to their American counterparts, the portions are smaller and life is a little less stressful, which contributes to a longer lifespan.
In America, the average life expectancy rarely exceeds 79.3 years.
Of course, Americans still rank 31st in the level of life expectancy worldwide. However, the truly enormous portions of food have resulted in obesity and other health ailments that have significantly compromised the American way of life. Not to mention the fact that there is a great deal more stress, especially in cities like New York.