Almost everyone of us is exposed on serious risk diseases, such as cancer. But, there are people near Pakistan who are known as Hunza and they have never been attacked by diseases like cancer, diabetes or heart attack.
Cancer is a result to poor diet, according to Dr. Ernest Kerbs. However, it seems that Hunza people found a way to avoid the attack of this disease.
Their longevity and healthy was mainly as a result of their healthy lifestyle. They follow the quote “you are what you eat” and the codex “eat to live, not live to eat”. They consume raw milk, some meat, bone broth, fresh grains, vegetables, and ate almost no sugar.
The most interesting fact about these people is that they eat a lot of apricot seeds rich with Laetrile or vitamin B17. They consume 250 to 3,000 milligrams of vitamin B17 every day. They grown apricot trees which are special food for them, because dry apricot seeds are very reach in vitamin B17.
How vitamin B17 works?
Vitamin B17 is composed of three parts: one molecule benzaldehyde, one molecule hydrogen cyanide and two molecules of glucose. When they are in contact with a specific enzyme beta-glucosidase, they liberate benzaldehyde and cyanide. This enzyme is mostly present in cancer cells.
The principle of work is simple: the cancer cells in order to develop they need large amounts of energy, or glucose. When you take vitamin B17 , cancer cells absorb glucose molecule of vitamin B17.
The recommended daily usage of B17
The dose of 5-7 seeds is the recommended daily intake for prevention. It is the best to consume 1-2 seeds every hour during the day, but not more then 35 seeds in one day. The best dosage can be calculated by your weight divided by 3 and the result is maximum of apricot seeds that you can consume daily.
Hunza have a longer lifespan, because of their healthy lifestyle, a lot of physical activities and stress-free environment. They are pure examples of how we should all be living our lives.