101-Year Old Credits Long Life To His Beer

We all want to know the secret on how to live a long life. Most people would say self care is key and to exercise and eat healthy. But apparently not! According to this 101-year-old man, the answer is beer.

Andrew E. Slavonic, a World War II Air Force vet from McMurray, Pennsylvania, celebrated his 101st birthday with friends and family. He spilled his secret to living a long life: everyday drink a Coors light at 4 p.m.

His son, Bob, told Fox News that "He gets up at 8:30 every day and gets dressed and goes into the kitchen ready to cook his own breakfast." In 2016, Bob moved back in with his dad to help him with chores such as mowing the grass on the lawn or shoveling snow from the driveway.

Bob continued to say "Later, after he makes his own lunch, he goes into his home office and reads through the daily newspaper." When the clock hits 4 o'clock, Slavonic reminds his son that it's time for a cold one.

When the centenarian began his daily ritual in 1996, he started with regular Coors but switched to Coors Light about seven years later.

Apparently he's not the only one who found the fountain of youth in a drink. Some century-old individuals say they owe their long life to Guinness stout and a daily shot of whiskey.

This definitely isn't the traditional advice, but we're glad it's working for some people!

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