There’s an old story about a historical man named Li Qing Yun, who was very long lived.
When rumors existed that he was potentially almost two-hundred years old, NYTimes magazine published an interview with him in 1933, and famous general in Taiwan brought him over to learn his longevity techniques.
This is an actual picture of him:
And this is the NYTimes article that featured his longevity advice:
Now, I don’t think Li really lived to be 197. And I don’t think he lived to be over 200 years old. But he did give some very interesting longevity advice. His advice was about four daily habits that allowed him to have a very long lifespan, and they are right in line with many of the lifestyle practices important to Chinese medicine. So I’ve put together his interview for you, as well as the practices he did daily.
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“Dr. Alex” Heyne