My pet peeve is anti-aging experts who are in their forties, thirties, and even twenties.
Most longevity research is either about …
(1) selling anti-aging supplements and manufactured superfoods
… or …
(2) soliciting government grants for underfeeding lab rats
Why don’t these anti-aging jokers ask really, really, really old people how they remain alive and vital?
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) pointed to an elderly couple while we were eating in a fast-food family restaurant, saying …
“See that couple over there? They don’t have to eat Solar because they have a good attitude.”
Here are two facts about longevity …
(1) Attitude is the most important anti-aging factor.
(2) Human beings are OMNIVORES, and almost any diet – vegan, vegetarian, carnivore, you name it – can prolong youth.
Take the case of Hugh Hefner, now 87 years old.
The Bunny Master drinks up to 30 decaffeinated cans of Diet Pepsi a day.
His favorite drink is Jack Daniels and Pepsi.
He used to take his Pepsi caffeinated.
According to Hef’s Little Black Book, 2001 …
“He [Hefner] is a Pepsi Man. Actually, he is a Pepsi Generation unto himself. Famously, through the sixties, he was photographed swigging from Pepsi bottles; butlers in his homes were always instructed to provide a new bottle if they saw one half empty. Or if he was seen without a Pepsi in his hand they were to immediately fill that hand with a Pepsi bottle. He would drain three dozen bottles a day, caffeinating himself royally. In 1962, it was reported that his annual Pepsi consumption equaled that of a small African country.”
Pay attention, Durianrider, since you denounce caffeine as a neurotoxin. 
Hef has a jelly doughnut and half a grapefruit at 11:30 a.m.
He has Lipton’s chicken soup and saltine crackers at 5:30 p.m.
He eats lamb chops or pot roast or fried chicken strips at 10:30 p.m.
He indulges in grilled cheese sandwiches, potato chips, oatmeal cookies, etc. 
Hef gave up smoking after his stroke way back in 1985.
Jeanne Louise Calment (1875-1997) lived for 122 years, 164 days.
She smoked from 1896 to 1992. 
Ms. Calment credited her long life and relatively youthful appearance to pouring olive oil all over her food and skin, drinking port wine, and eating a kilo (2.2 pounds) of chocolate every week.
Beatrice Wood (1893-1998) lived to 105.
The world-famous “Mama of Dada” credited her long life to “chocolate and young men.”
She was a vegetarian who had numerous sexual liaisons and avoided both cigarettes and alcohol.
Ms. Wood said at a 1978 lecture …
“What is Dada about this lecture is that I know nothing about Dada. I was only in love with men connected with it, which I suppose is as close to being Dada as anything.”
Classical pianist Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982) lived to 95, dying peacefully in his sleep.
He said (according to the New York Times, Nov. 21, 1982) …
“It is said of me that when I was young I divided my time impartially among wine, women and song. I deny this categorically. Ninety percent of my interests were women.”
The 90 year old Rubinstein left his wife for a 33 year old woman, Annabelle Whitestone, and lived with her until he died at 95.
 But I admire Durianrider, who boasts on his blog, “Not even 5 lawsuits have shut this blog down.”
 The Bunny Master employs 12 chefs to ensure his indulgences.
 Jeanne Calment smoked only two cigarettes a day, according to one source.