Health & Family Anyone tried this? www.lifechecks.gov.au

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    Did it last night - basically told me what I already knew: very good in all departments but ought to eat more vegetables. True: thankfully, I'm much better off than most, happy, BMI 20, a non-smoker and minimal drinker with no current health issues.
     
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    I did. Told me to gain an extra 1.3 years I should eat more plant based protein and drink a glass of red wine a day. 86 years of good health and 10 or so more years of life expectancy.
     
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    Turning 50 and being female is fun ... poop test - boob test - menopause ... life is just rocking :confused:
     
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    No option for under 45's.... Seems like the Government doesn't care about my health :(
     
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    A lot of chronic health issues kick in after middle age, so this is likely to be targeted to those middle aged and older for that reason.

    I think it is a useful survey and might spur someone to consider their situation and take action.

    It’s good that they include the social side of good health, not just food and exercise.