Warren Buffett: Eating Like A Child Is What Keeps Me Young

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Warren Buffett: Eating Like A Child Is What Keeps Me Young
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At 84 years old, Warren Buffett is one of the world’s savviest investment minds and he attributes his youthful spirit to his diet, saying he eats ‘like a six year old.’ Buffett claims to drink six cans of Coca Cola a day. He also enjoys Utz Potato Stix and ice cream. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns some of his other favorites including Dairy Queen and Sees Candies. Berkshire also has big holdings in Kraft and Heinz. But is Buffett’s idea of what 6-year-olds eat really what they eat? TheStreet’s Ruben Ramirez decided to find out. As part of an unofficial test group, a bunch of 6-year-olds were presented with an array of Buffett’s favorite foods along with some healthier options. What did the kids go for? See what hidden cameras revealed about their foods choices and whether those choices matched up with Buffett’s idea of a 6-year-old’s diet.

Warren Buffett: Eating Like A Child Is What Keeps Me Young

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