In Joyce Rudolph’s Jan. 13 article on longtime La Crescenta resident Bill Bowman, “Centenarian shares secrets,” she mentions in the opening paragraph that Bowman attributes living to be 100 years of age to three things: “A balanced diet, daily walk and good Irish whiskey . . . ”
In the article she describes how Bowman approaches his diet and how far he walks every day, but she fails to mention how much or what kind of “good Irish whiskey” he drinks every day.
Now, I am very interested in living a longer life, but I am not quite sure whether I am drinking enough Irish whiskey or too little, let alone the fact that I might be drinking the wrong brand.