Hunza, people from Pakistan, feed and live naturally and are known to be the healthiest people in the world. You can often meet a lively, healthy Hunza at an advanced one-hundredth, and the occurrence of cancer is extremely rare. One of the key factors of their health is the water they drink, and, of course, their nutrition. One of their favorite food and the most important part of their overall diet are apricots. They eat them fresh in the summer and drink apricot kernel oil during the winter. Pits are removed, grinded and fried. Their oil is used for cooking, as a dressing and also as a face lotion.
On average, the Hunza enter from 50 to 75 milligrams of vitamin B17 a day – in the West, most people do not enter that amount throughout the year!!!
You might be wondering whether the Hunza are really that healthy. This is the question cardiologists dr.Paul D and Edward G. Toomey had in mind, and they made a long and difficult journey up the mountain to the Hunza, carrying portable electrocardiograph operating on a battery. In the American Heart Journal they indicated that they studied 25 Hunza men aged between 90 and 110 years, and they measured their blood pressure and cholesterol levels. From their statements, it was evident that none of these people had any problems with their heart, blood pressure or high cholesterol.
Ophthalmologist Dr. Allen E. Banik also visited Hunza and got convinced that these people are as healthy as the story goes and published his findings in his report Earth Hunza. “It did not take long to get myself convinced in everything I read about their eternal life and excellent health … I examined the eyes of the oldest Hunzas and found their vision was impeccable.”
Dr Blink said: “Many Hunzas are so strong that in the middle of the winter, as an exercise, they break the ice in the middle of the river with their bare hands to that they can swim beneath the ice.” Other visitors describe amazing examples of how people in the 80s and 90s and even 100-year-olds, repair roads made of stone and raise large stones to repair the walls of a terrace garden. Older participate in volleyball games, against 50 years younger compatriots.
Except for the people of Hunza, there are two more groups of people that do not suffer from cancer. Some are carnivores, others herbivores. In the Eskimos and Indians menu, especially from the Hopi in Arizona, meat is their main course. Most of it is deer meat, supplemented by a variety of wild berry seasonal fruit. What is most interesting with these people, there is no obesity even though they enter large amounts of animal fat each day. However, for Himalayans, Indians and Eskimos it is common that they eat food typical of their natural environment. When you carefully analyze the ingredients of that food it can be seen that vitamin B17 is very present in their diet.
The type of deer that is on the Indians menu mainly feeds on grass containing nitriloside, which are a source of vitamin B17. Various dried fruits that the Eskimos and Indians eat also contain large amounts of vitamin B17. Unfortunately, most Western civilized culture has long moved on wheat bread, which does not contain nitriloside and THAT IS NOT HEALTHY WHATSOEVER. The grass that is used for feeding domestic animals contains a lot of nitriloside. Thus, in contrast to the “civilized” man, Indians and Eskimos eat only what blossomed in their natural habitat. Europeans and Americans are eating “civilized” and “fast food”, receiving barely 2 milligrams of B17 per day.
Leatril, Amygdalin, B17 was officially accepted as a vitamin in 1952. But then the health industry started a fierce attack against it and is still fighting. B17 is banned in the United States by the FDA.