World's Oldest Person's Longevity Attributed to Fruit, Wine and Bread

by Kathy Jones on  May 22, 2011 at 7:16 PM Lifestyle News
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Media reports indicate that the secret to the long life of a 114-year-old Brazilian woman is eating a roll of bread for breakfast along with fruit daily.
 World's Oldest Person's Longevity Attributed to Fruit, Wine and Bread
World's Oldest Person's Longevity Attributed to Fruit, Wine and Bread
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Maria Gomes Valentim, the world's oldest living human in the 'Guinness World Records' also confessed to indulging in the occasional nip of wine, reports The Daily Mail.

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Jane Ribeiro Moraes, 63, granddaughter of Valentim told a local newspaper that her grandma also has a great liking for feijoada, Brazil's national dish, a hearty bean stew with various cuts of salted pork meat and chicken empanada pastries with a lot of hot sauce.

According to Guinness, Ms Valentim, aged 114 years and 313 days, is 48 days older than the previous holder, Besse Cooper from the U.S.

Source: ANI
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