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كتاب عالم بدون سرطان

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كتاب عالم بدون سرطان

Vitamin B-17 as Preventative
Vitamin B-17 is one of the main sources of food in cultures such as the Eskimos, the Hunzas, the
Abkasians and many more. Did you know that within these tribes there has never been a reported case of
cancer? According to Dr. Krebs, we need a minimum of 100 mg of vitamin B-17 (the equivalent of about
seven apricots seeds) too nearly guarantee a cancer free life. Foods that contain vitamin B-17 are as
follows:
• KERNELS OR SEEDS OF FRUIT: The highest concentration of vitamin B-17 to be found in nature,
aside from bitter almonds. Apple, apricot, cherry, nectarine, peach, pear, plum, prune.
• BEANS: broad (Vicia faba), burma, chickpeas, lentils (sprouted), lima, mung (sprouted), Rangoon,
scarlet runner.
• NUTS: Bitter almond, macadamia, cashew.
• BERRIES: Almost all wild berries. Blackberry, chokeberry, Christmas berry, cranberry, elderberry,
raspberry, strawberry.
• SEEDS: Chia, flax, sesame.
• GRASSES: Acacia, alfalfa (sprouted), aquatic, Johnson, milkweed, Sudan, minus, wheat grass, white
dover.
• GRAINS: oat groats, barley, brown rice, buckwheat groats, chia, flax, millet, rye, vetch, wheat berries.
• MISCELLANEOUS: bamboo shoots, fuschia plant, sorghum, wild hydrangea, yew tree (needles, fresh
leaves).
Two rules of thumb: According to Dr. Krebs, the basic concept is that sufficient daily B-17 may be
obtained by following either of two suggestions:
First, eating all the B-17-containing fruits whole (seeds included), but not eating more of the seeds by
themselves than you would be eating if you ate them in the whole fruit. Example: if you eat three apples a
day, the seeds in the three apples are sufficient B-17. You would not eat a pound of apple seeds.
Second, one peach or apricot kernel per 10 lbs of body weight is believed to be more than sufficient as a
normal safeguard in cancer prevention, although precise numbers may vary from person to person in
accordance with individual metabolism and dietary habits. A 170-lb man, for example, might consume 17
apricot or peach kernels per day and receive a biologically reasonable amount of Vitamin B-17.
And two important notes: Certainly, you can consume too much of anything. Too many kernels or
seeds, for example, can be expected to produce unpleasant side effects. These natural foods should be
consumed in biologically rational amounts (no more than 30 to 35 kernels per day).
High concentrations of B-17 are obtained by eating the natural foods in their raw or sprouting stage.
This does not mean that moderate cooking and other tampering will destroy the B-17 content. Foods
cooked at a temperature sufficient for a Chinese dinner, for example, will not lose their B-17 content. 8
Metabolic Therapy in Cancer
by Harold W. Manner, Ph.D.
Metabolic Research Foundation in collaboration with
Manner Memorial Hospital and Cyto Pharma de Mexico, S.A
Introduction
In Recent years a significant reassessment of the nature and causes of cancer

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