a Australia’s oldest man decided to share one of his secrets about longevity: eating chicken brains.
Dexter Krueger, 111, on Monday celebrated 124 days since his birthday, one day more than the veteran who preceded him with the title of oldest man in the country.
In an interview with Australian Broadcast Corp, at his home in rural Queensland, Dexter said that eating the dish weekly helped his life.
“Chicken brains. Chickens have a head. There is a brain inside. They are delicious,” he said, referring to it as “just a little bite.”
On the other hand, his son, Greg, 74, attributes his father’s longevity to the simple life in the countryside that he always lived. The housekeeper, Malaney Calvert, revealed that Dexter is writing an autobiography and that “his memory is incredible for a 111-year-old.”
Christina Cook was the oldest Australian woman to hold a degree and died in 2002 at the age of 114 years and 148 days.
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