Hard to believe, but this is the last 5 women on the planet, who were born in the nineteenth century!

Mankind has for centuries interested in the secret of longevity. People wanted to know how you can live more than 100 years. This 5 ladies know the secret long life. Do not believe me, but all of them were born in the 1800s.

These incredible women have experienced and witnessed many great historical events: the two world wars, the cold war, the invention of the airplane, the television and even lived up to the Internet age. Surely the long-liver is very close to solving the mystery of human immortality ...

According to these charming women, the secret of longevity lies in a healthy and fulfilling a dream, active lifestyle, daily exercise and regular meals. They also have an advantage, as women. And women tend to live longer. There is a theory that the female hormone estrogen protects the heart and strengthens women before menopause, as well as the safeguard of other social and biological factors that often cause stress.

The oldest woman in the world - 116-year-old Misao Okawa of Japan (born March 5, 1898)







115-year-old Suzanne Mushatta Jones of the United States (Born July 6, 1899)







115-year-old Emma Morano from Italy - the oldest man in Europe (born November 29, 1899)




115-year-old from the United States Dzheralien Talley (born May 23, 1899)



116-year-old Gertrude Weaver - the second oldest person in the world and the oldest man in America (born 4 July 1898)



These women experienced a lot of tragedies and disasters, they certainly experienced their children, but the secret of their longevity - a healthy attitude to life, whatever it was. These people managed to find harmony of body and soul. Share this secret of longevity with friends.

www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/09/05/six-people-still-alive-who-were-born-in-the-19th-century/15122367/

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