World's oldest person 'kind of' happy to turn 116

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SupermanCID wrote:

But a mass of old ladies about 110 years are Christian ladies in Kerala State. In India.But they live with a hump in their back believed that the weight of the sin that they did in younger age.

Mar 05, 2014 12:39pm EST  --  Report as abuse
SupermanCID wrote:

But a mass of old ladies about 110 years are Christian ladies in Kerala State. In India.But they live with a hump in their back believed that the weight of the sin that they did in younger age.

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SupermanCID wrote:

But a mass of old ladies about 110 years are Christian ladies in Kerala State. In India.But they live with a hump in their back believed that the weight of the sin that they did in younger age.

Mar 05, 2014 12:40pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Timmathy wrote:

Happy birthday to Misao Okawa!
One a side note, I think that Japanese food is one the most healthiest there is. Just think about it, fish is one of most valuable nutritions one can have. Their menu mainly consisted on very rich sea foods, not only fish. That alone is a major factor of your health being. However, stress takes a great tool on a person’s health – big factor in heart deceases.
Am really glad for Mrs. Okawa and her appetite, that’s a healthy sign, if you ask me.

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engineer99 wrote:

The diet is giving these people a very long life.
US citizens eat a lot of beef, which is known to be digested and converted to a chemical which block the arteries and blood vessels.
Their high saturated fat diet also does the same thing. They rely on surgeries, drugs etc to prolong their lives to about 80s.
Many people who live in remote mountainous areas of China and eat a mostly vegetarian and fruit diet live to over a 100 years old despite having no access to modern medical services.

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