This 108-Year-Old Louisiana Woman Simply Can't Get Enough Taco Bell
Diets similar to those of centenarians can extend our lives. They suggest that we consume a lot of leafy greens and partake in communal meals.
However, the advice we recently heard from a 108-year-old Louisianan is the most relatable we've ever heard for obtaining such incredible longevity.
Christine Homan, who was born on December 4, 1914, during the First World War, adores devouring tacos.
According to KKTC, the Bossier City woman can be seen chowing down on Taco Bell hard shell tacos.
Homan must not have spoken to them because Taco Bell wasn't listed on Eden's Gate's list of lifestyle factors that helped the world's oldest people live longer.
Greece, Costa Rica, Italy, Japan, and California are the countries with the highest percentages of centenarians, and they all follow a similar diet.
People who live in the Blue Zones frequently eat a substantial breakfast that includes fruits, whole grains, veggies, and legumes. They also stay away from processed and red meat (there goes Taco Bell).
Dinner is typically a lighter meal consisting of fish, healthful grains, and vegetables, as well as wholesome fats like nuts or avocados.
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