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105-Year-Old Texas Woman Reveals Bacon as her Secret behind Long Life

105-Year-Old Texas Woman Reveals Bacon as her Secret behind Long Life

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First Posted: May 08, 2013 07:35 AM EDT
105 Year Old Texas Woman Reveals Bacon as a Secret to Living Long Life
A 105 year old Texas woman has earned a place in almost all headlines by revealing the most unlikely secret to her long life. (Photo : Youtube)

A 105-year-old Texas woman has earned a place in almost all headlines by revealing the most unlikely secret to her long life.

Strangely, her key to longevity is bacon. Yes, you read it right; 105-year-old Pearl Cantrell loves to eat bacon and feasts on it almost every day. Her story, for sure, will be a subject of research for most health scientists.

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Pearl Cantrell, who's mostly referred to as the '105-year-old bacon woman', said in an interview with a local NBC station, "I love bacon and I eat it everyday. I don't feel as old as I am, that's all I can say."

Resident of Central Texas, Cantrell, a mother of seven, has outlived three of her kids, as well as her husband. Her recent 105th birthday bash was a three-day affair that included more than 200 guests.

                                       

Reports according to KRBC state that Cantrell's love for bacon grabbed the attention of the American meat and cold cut production company Oscar Mayer. A representative of the company was present at Cantrell's birthday. The spokesman reached her home in a Wienermobile and gave the 'bacon woman' a ride in the hot dog-shaped truck, gifting her tons of bacon, with more to come in the future.

"We've seen a lot of stories on the road, but nothing quite like this one, so we're excited to be here," Abraham Luna, one of the representatives, told KRBC, of the 105-year-old bacon woman. "Pearl is an inspiration for the community, and her friends and family, so we had to make a special stop here for her today."

Cantrell's daughter Anno says that her mother taught them to work hard and think about living everyday they woke up. She never spoke about dying. She is very active and still loves to dance.

This story comes as a challenge to the latest study conducted by the University of Zurich, which clearly states that eating too much bacon elevates the risk for bowel cancer.

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