Very Sweet Coffee Key to a Long Life

Boris Pahor is over 100 years old. He is an Italian with minority Slovenian roots, a writer, and a survivor of the Nazi labour camps. The author of Pilgrim Among the Shadows has shared the secret of his long life and good health, which is that he drinks several cups of very sweet milky coffee every day. The centenarian writer says that above all, he listens to his body … which is pretty much what everyone who is vying to outlive Methuselah says.

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