The world’s oldest man credits long life to home-grown vegetables and glass of red wine

Francisco Nunez Olivera, has four children, nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. the family said he usually began the day with his traditional sponge cake and glass of milk for breakfast.
Francisco, also has two siblings aged 97 and 93, and became the world's oldest man after the death of Polish-born Israeli Yisrael Kristal on August 11.
Francisco, a retired farmer, who fought in the Rif War in the first half of the 1920s between Spain and the Berber tribes of the Rif mountains in Morocco, habitually went out for daily walks alone in his home village until he was 107.
His relatives have attributed his longevity to a diet based on vegetables he grew on his own land and a daily glass of red wine.

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