"All the troubles of the men": 106-year-old woman revealed the secret of longevity
Many people want to know the secret of longevity, and those who have lived for a hundred years are happy to share these secrets. Someone thinks that up to a hundred McDonald's will help live, for someone wine and work are the elixir of immortality. Madeline Dye turned 106 this year, and the secret of her longevity is what she calls the rejection of men and the stress that relationships carry.
Madeline Dye was born in Heli, South Yorkshire, the same year that the Titanic sank. Madeline’s first and only visit to the pub took place on the day of her 90th birthday. Up to 103 years old, the woman lived happily alone, but then she had to hire a carer. Madeline's relatives and friends say that in her age a woman does not use a cane, is very independent and communicates with others. She loves to dress up and always looks impeccable.
In 2017, Madeline met her close friend, whom she had not seen for 70 years. Keith Solitt found a woman after seeing a note about her 105th birthday. Now old friends talk a lot, remember their childhood, which was in wartime.
Madeline's relatives believe that it was not only the lack of a relationship that caused a woman’s longevity. Every day, Madeline made many kilometers of walks through the hills to get to work and back home.