In the U.S., only .0177 percent of the population lives past 100 years. And we’re pretty sure every single one of them has been asked by a journalist about their “secret” to a long life. Since every one of them has been doing something their whole life, it logically follows that by mimicking that behavior we can extend our lives too. That’s just physics.
Gertrude Weaver from Arkansas, for example, attributed her long life to simply being a kind person. Jessie Gallan, 109, who lives in Aberdeen, Scotland, thanks the lack of men in her life for her good health. New Yorker Duranord Veillard, 108, does five to seven pushups every morning.
We’re not much for being kind, avoiding men or doing exercise here at Supercall, but luckily for us, most other centenarians attribute their longevity to a food or drink. Because we are geniuses, we compiled those ingredients and created a single cocktail from them that will make you live forever.
Behold, the elixir of life. We trust you will use its power for good.