David Murdock wants to live to be 125.
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Oprah says she recently met a man who has dedicated his life to the study of life extension and healthy living. For decades, billionaire businessman David Murdock has practiced what he preaches. Now, at 85, he says he has the same energy as he did 50 years ago. His goal? To live to be 125 years old.

David's life may be filled with luxuries these days, but it wasn't always that way. In 1938, he dropped out of school after failing the 9th grade and joined the Army. After serving in World War II, he found himself out of work, homeless and sleeping in a park. Then, as luck would have it, a Good Samaritan offered him a loan to buy a local diner. Nine months later, he sold that diner for a $700 profit—a fortune at the time.

In the years that followed, he made a fortune in real estate, buying undervalued homes and selling them for profit. Then, he took over Dole and turned it into the world's largest producer of fruits and vegetables. At one point, he owned 100 different companies around the world.

Luck finally seemed to be on David's side...until his wife was diagnosed with cancer.
FROM: Dr. Oz: Extreme Life Extension
Published on June 30, 2009
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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