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    At 112, Holocaust Survivor is World's Oldest Man, Guinness Says


    In this photo supplied by Guinness World Records, Marco Frigatti, head of records for Guinness World Records, presents Israel Kristal a certificate for being the oldest living man, in Haifa, Israel, March 11, 2016.


    An Israeli citizen who survived two world wars and some of humanity's worst horrors and suffering was named the world's oldest man Friday by Guinness World Records.

    Israel Kristal, age 112, said he had no secret for a long life. "I believe that everything is determined from above and we shall never know the reasons why," he said.

    Kristal was born in Poland in 1903 and worked in his family's candy business before Adolf Hitler's Nazis seized Poland.

    He and his family were forced to live in the infamous Warsaw ghetto, where thousands of Jews were incarcerated in just a few blocks before nearly all of them were sent to Nazi death camps.

    Kristal was put in Auschwitz and weighed just 37 kilograms (less than 82 pounds) when he was freed. His wife and children had been killed.

    Kristal moved to Israel, remarried, and started a successful candy business. His daughter said her father considers it a privilege to have reached his age.

    Guinness said the world's oldest woman, and oldest person, is 116-year-old Susannah Mushatt Jones, an American.

    At 112, Holocaust Survivor is World's Oldest Man, Guinness Says

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    Not exactly what the Nazis had in mind.


    New monkey study suggests caloric restriction does promote longevity


    Written by Catharine Paddock PhD
    Published: Wednesday 2 April 2014
    The latest findings from a 25-year study published in Nature Communications suggest that monkeys on a caloric-restricted diet live longer and have reduced age-related diseases than peers who are allowed to eat what they want.

    New monkey study suggests caloric restriction does promote longevity - Medical News Today

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    Israel keeps wheeling them out, and the BBC keeps reporting the Israelis stories as gospel.
    BBC radio 4 had an interview with a baby girl who was born in Aushawitz and rescued at 3 months, she was a witness at a recent court case against a 90 + year old camp toilet cleaner.
    " from our own correspondent " BBC radio 4

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