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World’s Oldest Marathon Runner Fauja Singh, 101

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This is a Health News Report of Fauja Singh, 101

This is a Health News Report of Fauja Singh, 101

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  • 2. World’s Oldest Marathon Runner Fauja Singh, 101,Reveals Secret to Longevity LONDON24 Joshua Fowler, Reporter Wednesday, May 23, 2012
  • 3. World’s Oldest Marathon Runner • The world’s oldest marathon runner has marked National Vegetarian Week by revealing that his no meat diet is the key to his health and longevity • Fauja Singh, 101, of Goodmayes completed nine marathons in the past 12 years, with the London marathon in April marking his retirement from the 26mile distance. www.london24.com
  • 4. • Though he maintains he will continue to run shorter races, the “Turbaned Tornado” claims the day he stops running “will be the day my body stops altogether”.• He said: “I am told vegetarians tend to live an average of six to 10 years longer than meat- eaters do. www.london24.com
  • 5. • “Age may bring wisdom, but if you want stamina, endurance and a lifetime of good health, turn to nutritious vegetarian foods.• “I attribute my longevity to simple Punjabi vegetarian foods, such as chapati, dal, sabji and saag.” www.london24.com
  • 6. • Far from finished, Fauja now has his sights set on climbing one of the world’s tallest buildings in Tapei.• He added: “When I reach my destination, I will be able to say that no animals had to suffer because of my food choices along the way.” www.london24.com
  • 7. LONDON24 http://www.london24.com/news/quirky-london/world_s_oldest_marathon_runner_fauja_singh_101_reveals_secret_to_longevity_1_1386569
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