Singapore Ranked #1 Healthiest Place to Live…

Cigna Global in their 2016 Summer addition lists the Top 10 Healthiest Countries to live in the world.  #1 was Singapore followed by Italy and then Australia.  The recent Bloomberg rankings considered health-risks and factors like life expectancy from birth, causes of death, smoking, high cholesterol and number of immunizations.  According to the results, Singapore is the healthiest plane on the planet, with overall health grade of 89.45%; closely followed by Italy who ranked second with 89-07%, and Australia came third with 88.33%.  But what are the secrets of these countries to make it in the top healthiest places to live in the world?

Top 10 Healthiest Countries

  1. Singapore
  2. Italy
  3. Australia
  4. Switzerland
  5. Japan
  6. Israel
  7. Spain
  8. Netherlands
  9. Sweden
  10. Germany

About Top 3


Singapore has one of the best life expectancy rates in the world.  Singaporeans have a remarkably efficient healthcare system and effective chronic disease management, where efforts are out into early prevention and detection, as well as close monitoring by doctors.  Their diet is rich in vegetables, hearty meats and fish.  The city-state has also a fine system of regulations for keeping the environment healthy and clean, making the hygiene of the state one of the best on the planet.


Italy has an efficient healthcare system:  in spite of reported long lines and waiting times; Italians show a great deal of satisfaction with the quality of Medical Care in the country.  In addition, Italians have a hearty diet; rich in fish, fresh vegetables and fruit, and they use olive oil in cooking.  A health component in this diet is garlic, which has great health benefits like lowing the chance of heart disease and helping to prevent strokes.  On top of this, Italians often go for walks after dinner with friends and relatives – a health habit that adds to their well-being.


Australians have one of the highest life expediencies in the world, accompanies by decreasing smoking and death rates, which have been dropping over the years.  The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has reported that not only people in Australia are living longer, but are living with more years free of disability.  Some of the factors that are helping are; an increasingly innovative and sophisticated health care, the fact that Australians use plenty of local natural foods, and emphasis on sports as part of their culture.


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