If eating skunk is the key to long living, I will take steak, and live to 80
If you what the Aymara ate, trust me, you'd prefer skunk.
It's always great to see these people with such great relationships with
their wives and family! What a wonderful example. The real key here is he
shows us how to live not just long, but happily -- help your wife around the
kitchen and go on long walks. ;-)
If a fast food with golden arches opened in his neighborhood and he started to
eat their fries, he would not last another week.
It ain't age. It's character and what you do that counts.Although it is different, think of the "choice" Alexander the Great or
maybe Achilles had. The choice was a "short life with glory" or a
"long life of obscurity."That could also apply to good/bad or
Having served in the L.D.S. mission in Bolivia - La Paz spanish speaking. I was
around the Aymara and Quecha people and this is amazing as the average life span
is like 42 years old as disease runs rampant.
Average lifespan in Bolivia is almost 68. Almost 2/3 of the population consists
of Aymara and Quechua (not Quecha) people. ImABeliever is pulling statistics out
of his imagination, which seems to look down on Bolivia and its people. For
those who don't know it, serving a mission somewhere doesn't make
someone an expert, or even minimally informed about an alien nation, a distant
state, a new city, a foreign language.
No Pasta? What about Potatoes which are a staple in that part of the world?
Deep in the south , possum is the meat of choice to flavor greens especially
collard greens , now a young skunk will do in a pinch , but possum is well known
for its greasy flavor.Course most people gobble up all that gmo food
and wonder why they have no energy or are sick all the time and eventually when
all food is gmo , the herd will start getting thinned out in a hurry.Nonesense you say - LOL just wait and see Obama Care is the Key
@Aggielove and @no comment, LOL! Hilarious exchange.@TimBehrend
Jeez, cut him some slack. Even your statistics make his point. And I disagree
with your assessment of someone who lives among a people for an extended period