If you want to know in which country you would live the longest, you are at the right place. Here is the top list of those healthiest countries with a short explanation of the key factors:

  1. Japan – life expectancy of 86 for women and 79 for men, healthy diet – rich in seaweed and fish, sponsored governmental exercise programs
  2. Australia – healthy diet with range-fed cattle (grass-fed steaks), lots of sport (beach volleyball)
  3. Sweden – excellent public healthcare (especially for children) because of high government spending, holistic point of view with more then just medicine
  4. Greece – social aspect of dining by enjoying and savouring it, better digestion
  5. Italy -focus is on fresh, whole unprocessed foods, which part of the daily routine
  6. Iceland – excellent public healthcare (especially for child birth)
  7. Cuba – one of best healthcare in the world, focus on prevention and healthy living
  8. Finland – focus on fresh whole foods and healthy living, massive promotion by the government
  9. Germany – focus on fresh, whole foods, clean air, excellent nationalized healthcare with high tax rates, promotion of an outdoor active lifestyle
  10. France – social dining with longer and slower meals, use of fresh, whole ingredients

World’s Healthiest Countries Interactive flash e-learning map

You may also play and learn with the interactive flash e-learning map of the World’s Healthiest Countries at the top of the page or click here to open it.
How to navigate World’s Healthiest Countries Interactive flash e-learning map:

  1. Scroll with your mouse to zoom in or out of the map (or use the zoom slider on the left hand side)
  2. Check or uncheck the continents box (Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania) at the top you want to see on the map
  3. Click and drag the map to move it
  4. Mouse over the circle markup buttons to view the name of the place
  5. Click on the circle markup buttons to view the place description in a bottom box (click the close button the hide it)