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For anyone who wants to talk about diets of supercentenarians 

First Supercentenarian I learned about: Salvatore Caruso (1905-2015)
Favorite Male Supercentenarian: Juan Vicente Pérez Mora (1909-Living)
Favorite Female Supercentenarian: Tomiko Itooka (1908-Living)


   
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I mentioned on another forum but I am going to put it again here. I know Emma Morano ate 3 eggs a day. Christian Mortensen and Walter Breuning drank boiled water. Salvatore Caruso drank water from a special fountain and ate low protein diet. And Kane Tanaka liked coca-cola and other fizzy drinks. 

First Supercentenarian I learned about: Salvatore Caruso (1905-2015)
Favorite Male Supercentenarian: Juan Vicente Pérez Mora (1909-Living)
Favorite Female Supercentenarian: Tomiko Itooka (1908-Living)


   
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In the case of my great-grandmother, she didn't like fishy food, so she didn't eat fish at all, and she didn't eat or drink milk, cheese, or yogurt because she didn't like the smell. And she never ate natto, a well-known health food in Japan, because of its strong smell and stickiness.
Instead, she ate boiled soybeans for protein and had a diet centered on vegetables. She also liked meat, but she only ate a lot when we did yakiniku (like BBQ) sometimes. She liked instant food, so she often ate instant food such as cup noodles and boil-in-the-bag curry for lunch.
She didn't eat anything she didn't like, but she didn't depend on her favorite foods either. Even if many of her favorite manju and sweets were lined up in front of her, she only brought one to her mouth.


   
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Augusta Giontella (ITA, 1912-2022) and Lucia Laura Sangenito (ITA, 1910-Living), in their lives, have always eaten a lot of vegetables that they theirselves grew in their vegetable garden.

http://www.supercentenariditalia.it/persone-viventi-piu-longeve-in-italia


   
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Maria Virgínia Pestana (POR, 1899-2010) has eaten only soup, fruits and milk since the age of c.86 until her own death.

A Decana de Coimbra Page 4 https://www.bing.com/search?q=a+decana+de+coimbra&cvid=97b88959ea2b4450973fae01c8f42e37&aqs=edge.0.69i59j0j69i57j0l6.1777j0j1&pglt=2083&FORM=ANNTA1&PC=ASTS (PDF)

Maria de Jesus (POR, 1893-2009) avoided eating meat, preferring to eat fish and vegetables. She also liked to eat Portuguese rice pudding "arroz doce".

World oldest woman dies aged 115 after only visiting hospital once | Daily Mail Online

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Maria Dolores Ferreira (POR, 1902-2013) and Maria da Encarnação Sousa (POR, 1909-2022) always had a glass of wine with the meal. Maria da Encarnação drank wine from the Vila Nova de Tazem wine cellar. Maria Dolores also liked to drink her daily coffee.

https://www.cmjornal.pt/sociedade/detalhe/festeja-os-110-anos-em-familia-com-video

https://www.cmjornal.pt/sociedade/detalhe/morreu-encarnacao-sousa-a-mulher-mais-velha-de-portugal


   
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