WELLINGTON, FL - APRIL 14: Madison Tolchin visits Paula Glass, an advanced registered nurse practitioner, for a health checkup at a Planned Parenthood clinic on April 14, 2017 in Wellington, Florida. President Donald Trump recently signed legistation that allows states to withhold federal money from health care providers that provide abortion services, including Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood has approximately 700 health centers across the country that serve 2,470,000 and provide services for preventive health care, birth control, pregnancy tests and other women's health services. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Is a proper diet, working out, and drinking water the way to stay alive long? Louise Signore says no.

Signore just celebrated her 107th birthday, and she’s giving the scoop on why she’s lived so long: She’s stayed single.

The Bronx native tells CNN, ” I think the secret of 107: I never got married. I think that’s the secret. My sister says ‘I wish I never got married.'” Her sister is currently 102.

Even though staying single is her go-to to stay young, she also stays active and busy.

“If they had exercises, I do the exercise. If they have dancing, I dance. I still do a little dancing. After my lunch,  I will play bingo, so I had a full day.”