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The world's oldest man reveals the secret of longevity

The world's oldest man reveals the secret of longevity

Chips and fish. These are his two favorites, and it may come as a surprise to anyone who views potato chips as harmful.

John Tinniswood, 111, from Britain is now the world's oldest man after the death last week of 114-year-old Juan Vicente Perez.

Great-grandfather John does have chips, but it seems the secret to his longevity lies in moderation. He says he eats regular meals, but is careful with the amount.

The world's oldest man reveals the secret of longevity

Tinniswood was born in 1912, the same year the Titanic made its maiden voyage. Since then it has survived two world wars and a global pandemic.⁠

"I feel the same today as I did when I was 80," says John.

He has met Queen Elizabeth twice and last year sent a greeting card to King Charles and Camilla.