World's Oldest Person Dies
Kane Tanaka, the world's oldest person, has died at age 119. Here is her wise advice:
What wasthe secret to living so long?
Best diet for staying healthy?
“Appreciate anything I eat.”
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Thanks for the news. Japan has one of the oldest populations in the world. Look at their diet and lifestyle to find out why. They also work later into life than we do and Japan’s culture accepts and reveres the elderly. I understand she loved chocolate and Coca Cola and board games and talking to people. You can tell she was a funny witty person with a love for life. She outlived all her children despite having had colon and pancreatic cancer and just think of having lived through two world wars, the 1918 flu epidemic and Covid.
What an inspiration.
Rest In Peace Kane Tanaka.
Didn't I try and tell you the benefits of chocolate?
Time for another candy bar me thinks.
I knew we would be hearing from you. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing but I know you don’t agree.
Live long and prosper
An old adage: If you eat yogurt for 100 years you too will live to be very old. Moderation in most things are not necessarily bad for you. Enjoy the chocolate, a sip of wine, that juicy hamburger once in a long while etc..
You are so right and don’t forget the cheesecake and pizza. Enjoy what you eat and what you do…..good friends, good food and good wine.
Remember the 5 essential food groups,
CANDY, COOKIES, PIES, CAKE, PASTRY
AND LOTS OF CHEESECAKE cake.
I agree with moderation. I consider my 5-pound Hershey bar as moderate since it comes in 10 pounds too.
I went to the bakery today and couldn't decide what I wanted and stretched moderation to its limits.
Licking your chops yet Mary??
Take care all,