B17 Foods
 
The Natural Sources of Vitamin B17

Nature provides an abundance of B17 to keep us healthy. Unfortunately, she puts it in foods that today we've been conditioned into throwing away or avoiding. It seems man has ignored common sense advice going back to ancient times in favour of all the "treats and nutrition" modern manufacturing can provide. Forget the fruit and veg. Let's have chips and cola. Sound familiar parents! Our bodies start the road to nutritional imbalance at a young age without us even
realising. Below is a list of B17 containing foods. All we need do is learn to think before we eat!

KERNELS OR SEEDS OF FRUITS
 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,

*Contains the highest levels of B17

Please note that the information above is for educational purposes only and
 is not intended to offer diagnosis or be an offer of any medical advice.

Please also refer to our "T & Cs" page.



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