Despite her age, the Queen of England does not give up her royal duties. If you have been wondering what’s the secret of her vitality and longevity, we have the answer.
Queen Elizabeth’s mother was 101 years old. Although Elizabeth is eight years far from that age, many are convinced that the same fate awaits her as her mother.
She avoids all harmful habits such as smoking and liquids.
She never stopped working
The Queen has many obligations and does not intend to stop working. State visits, humanitarian work, various ceremonies, is everything she archives to do. Scientists say that this lifestyle keeps the brain alive and young.
With all these top chefs always at her service, it’s not hard for the Queen to eat healthily. She enjoys simple dishes the most. For breakfast, she eats corn flakes with dried fruits and nuts. Lunch and dinner are generally light, most often chicken or fish with vegetables.
Her personal chef revealed in an interview that the Queen eats very healthy on private occasions. He also avoids pasta and potatoes late at night.
Lots of walking
And at 93, the Queen is very active and in good shape. She goes on long walks every day to stay physically active.
Of course, like all Britons, Queen Elizabeth loves tea. Each morning starts with one cup of green tea. It is known to be full of antioxidants that help to restore the body.
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