The 6 Secrets of the World's Oldest Man
Ask Walter Breuning his secret for living as long as he has, and he'll reply modestly, "There is no secret about it." Breuning, who became the world's oldest living man on his 113th birthday September 21, adds that kindness and common sense have played a crucial part to his longevity. Learn the six things that have allowed him to lead a long and happy life.
By Erin J. Shea
Original Content | October 13, 2009
"I only eat twice a day," Breuning says, citing a hearty breakfast and lunch as his meals of choice. He began skipping dinner more than 30 years ago when he first moved to Great Falls, Montana, from his home state of Minnesota. "People don't need to eat so much."
Breuning's favorite food