Died at the age of 96 years, these are 5 reasons for Queen Elizabeth II’s longevity: Eat and exercise in moderation


Suara.com – Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at her home in Balmoral Castle, Scotland on Thursday (8/9/2022). Died at the age of 96 and becoming Britain’s longest-serving monarch, many have praised Queen Elizabeth II’s health in her final moments.

That said, Queen Elizabeth II is a picture of good health for a long time. The Express report credits “his ability to come out so calm, and strong after the hard times” that allowed him to carry out his 70-year royal duties.

The British Empire has always been a symbol of power. A report in The New York Post notes that Queen Elizabeth II’s forehead never even looks wrinkled, her appearance is always immaculate, and the absence of the awkward gait that comes with age – especially when you’re someone approaching 100 years old.

“He has aged really well and is a paradigm of health and wellness,” British culture researcher Bryan Kozlowski told The Post.

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In his new book, “Long Live the Queen! 23 Rules for Living From Britain’s Longest-Reigning Monarch”, Kozlowski explores elements of the now deceased Queen’s daily lifestyle including what she eats, her work schedule, her free time, and how she balances family and professional relationships.

Well, here are 5 reasons behind Queen Elizabeth II’s good longevity, as reported by Express, as described by Kozlowski.

1. Training

Contrary to the common belief that in order to achieve longevity, you need to maintain a strict fitness regime, Queen Elizabeth II strongly believed in “reasonable exercise”, such as brisk walking with corgis and horseback riding.

“Research says the type of exercise you do is the one that gives you pleasure,” Kozlowski told The New York Post.

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2. Food and Alcohol


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