B17: The Forgotten Vitamin
Genesis 1:29 instructs humanity how to promote health by proper diet. We are to eat the fruit with its seeds. I know; sounds weird. We've been brainwashed into believing that seeds are bad for us, especially apple seeds. This is counter to God's instructions for us. We should be eating the seeds and thereby avoiding most cancer.
Yep. I said it. Fruit seeds will help prevent cancer. My research includes the book shown, World Without Cancer by G. Edward Griffin. He shows that fruit seeds, including apricot, peach and apple, contain vitamin B17, which is essential to preventing and killing cancer in the body. He contends that cancer is similar to scurvy in that it is the result of a nutrient deficiency.
Griffin also contends that we, the public, have been lied to in order to maintain the cancer industry and its power over us. If cancer could be prevented by eating differently, all the money being pumped into cancer research would go somewhere else. A vast industry would collapse overnight. And it couldn't happen to a more deserving bunch of people.
I've been eating apple seeds and other fruit seeds for years, with no negative effects. The taste is a bit unusual, but easily overcome. In fact, I now enjoy the flavor in the seeds. Don't believe the lies; don't be frightened into poor diet choices; don't be afraid to find the truth for yourself. It could save your life.
More by this Author
When we speak of chess, we usually imagine 2 players facing off in a battle of creative tactics and strategy. But Chess 4 offers the next level of chess fun: 4 players facing off in a wild, chaotic melee. The normal...
Having played Milton Bradley's Axis and Allies Classic hundreds of times over two decades, and having tried a wide variety of strategies and tactics, I offer the following wisdom for playing Russia. When playing...
In 1986, Milton Bradley released its second Gamemaster board game: Fortress America. Having played Fortress America over one hundred times in the past decade, I offer the following wisdom for play. For the invaders to...