The Secret to Life: Raw Eggs and the Single Life

English: Three chicken eggs of contrasting col...
 Three chicken eggs of contrasting colours. From left to right WHITE (from a white leghorn hen), RED (speckled)(from a Marans hen), and TINTED (from a Rhode Island Red hen). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Recently, one of the oldest women in the world gave up her secrets to living to the ripe old age of 115. Her secret? Raw eggs and a life without being tied down. 

“Ms. Morano has no doubts about how she made it this long: Her elixir for longevity consists of raw eggs, which she has been eating — three per day — since her teens when a doctor recommended them to counter anemia. Assuming she has been true to her word, Ms. Morano would have consumed around 100,000 eggs in her lifetime, give or take a thousand, cholesterol be damned.”

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