107-Year-Old Woman Reveals The Secret To Her Long-Life And Its Quite Fascinating
An American woman, Louise Signore turned 107 on Wednesday, and over a plate of fruit and sandwiches, she shared her advice on living a long life: Don’t get married.
The Harlem-born, Bronx-based woman celebrated her big day at Co-op City’s Bartow Senior Center, where staff have been throwing her parties since she turned 99.
Signore, who was born in 1912, has a few tips on how to live a long life.
She maintains a healthy diet and exercises regularly. But she believes the real reason why she’s enjoyed more than a century is because she never tied the knot.
“If they have exercise, I do the exercise. If they have dancing, I dance. I still do a little dancing. After my lunch, I will play bingo, so I had a full day,” Signore told CNN affiliate WCBS.
“I think the secret of 107: I never got married. I think that’s the secret. My sister says, ‘I wish I never got married.’”
As it turns out, the real secret to Signore’s longevity might be in here genes.
Her sister is 102 years old and her mom lived until she was 97, the broadcasting station reported.
It’s all in the diet, too, according to Signore, who says she almost never eats cake.