Agnes Fenton was born on August 1, 1905 in Holly Springs, Mississippi. The 110-year-old woman, who currently resides in Englewood, New Jersey, says she’s drank three Miller High Lifes and a shot of scotch every day for almost 70 years. Shout out to the Champagne of Beers.
In an interview with ABC, Fenton says that her only health issue to date was a benign tumor. When she went to see the doc about it years ago, she claims he discharged her with the following advice, “He said, ‘Agnes, you must drink three Miller High Lifes a day.’ ”
Can we get this doctor’s contact info?
Fenton followed the wise physician’s advice, and also added a shot in her daily routine for good measure. “Fenton prefers Johnnie Walker Blue Label, the top-shelf stuff,” according to NorthJersey.com.
Maybe beer really is the key to long life? Scientists in China have found that a compound in hops could protect brain cells from oxidative damage—and slow the development of degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
But out of the few hundred supercentenarians in this world, each one attributes their longevity to something different. This incredible 117-year-old woman from Sichuan, China says her secret to longevity is eating twice-cooked pork three times a day.
So the next time your doctor shakes his head at you when you tell him your diet mainly consists of pork, beer, and whiskey, just reference these two incredible women.