Dr. Ernest Krebs, biochemist, in the 1950s discovered a key to overcoming the cancer. For his research he studied the lifestyle of the Hunzas, people from Northern Pakistan.



The Hunza people and Apricot Kernels

About the Hunzas wrote Sir Robert McCarrison in the 1930, when he revealed that among these people there is no evidence of diabetes, heart attack or obesity. Some of them live over 135 years. And there is no evidence of cancer also.
According to McCarrison, the Hunzas consume raw milk, fresh grains and veggies, bone broth and occasionally meat. They eat very little sugar and lead a very active lifestyle since they are nomads. One very interesting fact is that they consume large amounts of apricot seed kernels.

The amygdalin

This is what Dr. Krebs discovered. The amygdalin found in apricot seed is a secret weapon against cancer.
Amygdalin can be found in 1200 edible plants, but the highest concentration is in apricot seed kernels.
Amygdalin in its structure resembles to B complex vitamin, and Dr. Krebs gave the name B17.

These days, the easiest way to consume amygdalin is through apricot kernels.
B17 or laetrile therapy is restricted in U.S, and outside the US is administered.

But if you think that B17 therapy might help you, first find out the facts about dosage and side effects.

About one thing we can be sure: Hunzas stress free life, simple way of eating and nomadic lifestyle help them to live long and healthy, which should be the example for all of us.


Source: thehealthavengers