114-Year-Old Man Dies; These 5 Foods Kept Him Alive
Bernando LaPallo was the 114 year old man who had the internet going crazy at how young he looked and that he never had any illnesses, had died. He died recently in the city of Tempe in the presence of his oldest granddaughter, Erika Chamberlin.
“He died quickly and without any chronic illness. His heart simply stopped beating. He followed the same daily routine the day he died as he did every single day of his life. It was simply his time to go. He was at peace with himself and his life.” says Chamberlin. LaPallo was born in Victoria, Brazil in 1901 migrating to the United States as a little boy with his father residing in Philadelphia and later New York City.
He had never been sick a day in his life, used to go for a walk every morning and ate mostly organic fruits and vegetables. He has a recipe for longevity that he learned from his father, who was a doctor who lived to be 98.
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The centurion even has written a book about how to live longer. The book, appropriately titled, “Beyond 100: How To Live Well Into Your 2nd Century” is one of his favorite accomplishments. You can find out more about the book here.
According to his website, up until his death, Bernando felt better than ever. “I feel great,” he said after his 113th birthday. “I feel wonderful. It’s all about obedience and moderation. That’s the story. The key to my success has been obedience and moderation. I have been doing everything my daddy told me to do all these years. Obedience is the key. Moderation is the back up.”
On his 110th birthday, a local news station did a story on Bernando and he revealed the top FIVE foods that have kept him alive this long: