Monday, October 19, 2009

World's Oldest Man Attributes Health To Good Diet

Funny thing about living to be 113 years old. It may just take common sense.

Walter Bruening of Great Falls, Montana recently turned 113. He says his long life can be attributed to good eating habits. In an article by Sydne George that appeared in the Great Falls Tribune, Bruening makes sense with his comments about healthy eating -- http://tinyurl.com/yadlwns.

He controls his portions (pushing “back from the table,” he says), doesn’t eat at night, eats lots of fruit and drinks plenty of water.

Imagine that. These are pretty straightforward, no-nonsense eating strategies that can make healthy sense for everyone – even if you’re not yet 113 years old!

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