So, they just discovered this lady in Brazil who very well may the oldest woman in the world. According to her birth certificate, she was born in 1880. This is up for debate and has to be proved with additional documentation because it would mean she's dethroning the current oldest woman in the world... nobody wants to be dethroned at that age - I mean, you've got to live for something, right?!
Anyhoot, the point is, in one of the articles I read about her, it mentioned that she drank a glass of olive oil per day. I really wished they'd given more information - if she's truly the living version of the fountain of youth, does this mean that olive oil is the water? Any tips from olive oil experts would be greatly appreciated because I'm ready to get old. Very old. Verrrrrrry old. Alright, I want to compete for the title too.