Lucille Randon, the oldest woman in the world, believes that chocolate and wine are the reason for longevity
118-year-old French nun Lucile Randon, recognized as the world’s oldest living person, named an unexpected reason for her longevity. This is reported by Eat This, Not That!
According to Randon, his life was dedicated to helping people. “People say that work kills, but my work supported me, I kept working until I was 108 years old. People should help and love each other, not hate each other,” he said.
A woman also does not forget about worldly joys. One of the residents of the nursing home, where she now lives as a centenarian, said that she loves to eat chocolate and drink wine. According to her, Randon drinks a glass of wine every day.
Randon received the title of the oldest person in the world after the death of the Japanese Kane Tanaka, to whom it previously belonged. Tanaka passed away on April 25 at the age of 119 years and 107 days.
Reynolds Thomter, a 105-year-old resident of Pigeon Falls, Wisconsin, said he thinks he lived this long because he drank coffee regularly all his life. The man called communication with friends the second secret of his longevity.
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