Might, if I really bothered celebrating another trip around the sun.
Personally, though, I'd have thought that not having to visit the doctor should add another couple of years. The inference (oops, that should be implication! Silly me!) seemed to be that you should have annual (at least) checks even if you were perfectly healthy. Don't see the point - only hypochondriacs visit the doctor for no reason. (Or is that being intolerant?)
LOL, just re-did it with my target weight and it only gave me 2 more years for 80 pounds less. Hmmm, you know, I think you're right. The difference between 97 and 99 hardly seems worth the struggle. ::grins::
Just realized that I added wrong ... the site gives me 35 more years at current weight and activity levels, or 97 years. If I drop to target weight, and exercise every day, I can get to 100. Funny how little difference 80 pounds and three extra days of exercise a week would make. Of course, those three years might seem more important once I get to, oh, say, 97. ::grins::
I added twelve years to my total just by going back and changing eating habits to what they were for years from what they've been the last year since my father died. Uhmmm... need to go grocery shopping.