This morning, we read that the oldest woman in the world, Susannah Mushatt Jones, age 116, eats four strips of bacon every morning. This, coupled with a June report that supercentenarian Agnes Fenton, age 110, credits her age to three bottles of Miller Light everyday made us realize that we might consider changing some things up. Maybe we should be eating less kale and quinoa and more whiskey and ice cream.
Here is what to eat and drink for longevity, according to the oldest people in the world:
Four strips of bacon every morning, and Doublemint gum throughout the day — Suannah Mushatt Jones, Age 116
Three bottles of Miller High Life and a shot of Johnnie Walker whiskey everyday — Agnes Fenton, Age 110
One tablespoon of whiskey in morning coffee — Richard Overton, Age 108
Crispy bacon, fried chicken, and ice cream — Gertrude Baines, Age 115
Three raw eggs every morning — Emma Morano, Age 115 (who added that staying single is good for one's health)
Chewing on chocolate — Leandra Becerra Lumbreras, Age 127—the oldest person to ever live (she also swears by never marrying)
What foods will you preach when you're 152? Tell us in the comments below!