Mystery of longevity in Hunza no disease, no heart problem, no cancer ... by Mohammad Aslam Janjua

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Published by Munadi Publications in Islamabad .

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  • Hunza (Pakistan)


  • Longevity.,
  • Health.,
  • Hunza (Pakistan)

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Statementby Mohammad Aslam Janjua.
LC ClassificationsRA776.75 .J36 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination158 p. :
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3979507M
LC Control Number2001300071

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Longevity secrets: How the Hunza people achieve unsurpassed longevity through diet: the missing link in modern nutrition Paperback – January 1, by D.

Gary Young (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4). Those who have heard of the Hunza are likely familiar with the legendary rumors that this secluded people have a life expectancy of years, with some living up to the age of Meanwhile, the average life expectancy in Pakistan is only 67 years.

The winters were icy cold and the high winds blew continuously. The claims in this book about the diet, health, longevity, and honesty of the Hunza people are false. Renee Taylor, a lecturer, linguist, and world traveler, wrote the book, Hunza Health Secrets For Long Life and Happiness, in She traveled to Hunza during the summer of over a Jeep road that had just been Mystery of longevity in Hunza book a few years previously.

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Longevity secrets: how the Hunza people achieve unsurpassed longevity through diet: the missing link in modern nutrition. As a result of this prior research, Dr. Jay M. Hoffman took a trip to the Hunza valley to study tribal longevity more in depth.

His findings were published in the book HUNZA – Secrets of the world’s healthiest and oldest living people. Thanks to these researchers, we now know the secrets to the good life of this remote people.

Even if the Hunza people live a bit longer than the rest of the people, it cannot be said that they live long ages of biblical proportions.

Their longevity is much more due to their healthy activities than their diet. Mystery of longevity in Hunza book Hunza people, of course, don’t live in a Garden of Eden or something like that.

They live in places with all sorts of diseases. People in the recent past have even lived up to years. Author, Renee Taylor, in her book, Hunza Health Secrets for Long Life and Happiness, writes,“In Hunza, people manage to live over one hundred years of age in perfect mental and physical health; and men father children at ninety”.

Although these people have a Greek background, straight from Alexander, their life expectancy does. The Real Story of the Hunzas (Hunzakut) & Why I don’t Believe in the Apricot Kernels Nonsense.

In November,a great English physician, Sir Robert McCarrison (after whom the McCarrison Society for Nutrition and Health is named), visited the USA at the invitation of the University of Pittsburgh, to deliver the annual sixth Mellon Lecture before the Society for Biological Research.

People in the recent past have even lived up to years. Author, Renee Taylor, in her book, Hunza Health Secrets for Long Life and Happiness, writes, “In Hunza, people manage to live over one hundred years of age in perfect mental and physical health.

The Burusho or Brusho, also known as the Hunza people or Botraj, live in Hunza, Nagar, Chitral, and in valleys of Gilgit–Baltistan in northern Pakistan, as well as in Jammu and Kashmir, India. The local languages spoken include Burushaski, Wakhi and Shina.

The literacy rate of the Hunza valley is more than 77%. These people have been known for a. Buy a cheap copy of Longevity secrets: How the Hunza people book by D.

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Physicians examined the Hunza and made their best guesses to how old the people were. Without focusing too much on documented maximum age, the truly extraordinary fact is that all reports of the Hunza mention that the elderly population is fit, full of vitality, and virtually free from disease, which still holds true to this day.

In Hunza, people manage to live to over one hundred years of age in perfect mental and physical health; and men father children at ninety. Cancer, heart disease, heart attacks, high and low blood pressure and childhood diseases are virtually unknown.

In fact, sickness is extremely rare. Sunrise at Hunza valley, Northern Pakistan. While the claims that Hunza live foreven years are likely exaggerated, they still live an average of over 90 years. Compare that to the Western world’s lifespan of about 80 years, which is lower despite.

The Mystery of Longevity: Traditional Chinese Therapeutic Exercises and Techniques (Chinese) Paperback – January 1, by Liu Zhengcai (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and s: 1. Intuitively, we know that exercise promotes longevity.

And, the scientific literature is crystal clear in support of our intuition. Like caloric restriction the science is conclusive. However, I doubt if Methuselah went jogging and the people of Okinawa or the Hunza. I read the book "Hunza: Secrets of the World's Healthiest and Oldest Living People" written by Jay Milton Hoffman.

In the 's Dr. Jay Hoffman was asked by the U.S. National Geriatric Society to go to Hunza and study the health and longevity of this isolated people. He wrote. Unraveling the mystery of why the inhabitants of Ikaria, an island of 99 square miles that is home to alm Greek nationals, live so long and so well.

This book seeks to explore the secrets of some of the world’s most renowned longevity hotspots, which include: China, Japan, Bama, Greece and Hunza. This book gives a detailed explanation of the lifestyle of people related to these areas, so that people around the world can benefit from their nutritious lives.

Hunza Girls pictured in summer, It is precisely this privileged diet which, in the opinion of McCarrison, enables remarkable longevity of the Hunza people. With regard to neighboring countries, sharing the same climatic conditions, but do not eat the same way, the Hunza not know the illness and have a life expectancy twice.

A widely repeated claim of remarkable longevity of the Hunza people has been refuted as a longevity myth, citing a life expectancy of 53 years for men and 52 for women, although with a high standard deviation.

There is no evidence that Hunza life expectancy is significantly above the average of poor, isolated regions of Pakistan. The first and most critical secret of Hunza longevity and youthfulness is diet.

McCarrison tested the effects of Hunza diet principles on thousands of rats—and he repeatedly proved the benefits of the Hunza way of eating.

Aside from apricot seeds, the basic components of the Hunza diet are: • Fruits and vegetables (mostly raw). A mountain people renowned for their longevity and vigor, the Hunza of the Himalayas commonly live to be or older, and cancer and degenerative disease are virtually unknown in their communities.4/5(1).

But there is a magic and mystery as yet unsolved in Hunza, for the apricot trees, too, live to a hundred, whereas in America the average life of a fruit tree is from 25 to 30 years. Moreover, even without chemical sprays or birds, the fruits of Hunza are free of worms and insect pests.

The outside world, however, is taking its toll on Hunza. The traditional Hunza people who lived in Kashmir Valley were known for their extreme longevity.

Prior to when the Pakistani government built a road into Kashmir Valley they lived up to years of age and the main cause of death was old age or diseases or. There was an number, and before I knew it I was paging through Carl Classic's Secret to Hunza Superior Health. The book was more than.

Longevity myths are traditions about long-lived people (generally supercentenarians), either as individuals or groups of people, and practices that have been believed to confer longevity, but for which scientific evidence does not support the ages claimed or the reasons for the claims.

While literal interpretations of such myths may appear to indicate extraordinarily long lifespans, many. University of Kansas Medical CenterMissing: Hunza. When Dr. Leaf began his study and his travels, three regions of the world were famous for the longevity of their inhabitants: the valley of Vilcabamba in Ecuador, the Hunza region of Pakistan, and certain portions of the Caucasus mountains in what was then the Soviet Union.

The most important genetic factor in longevity is no mystery. Women live longer than men all over the world, usually between five and seven years longer in industrialized nations. In Okinawa, as many as 86% of the centenarians are female, according to scientist Craig Willcox, one of three authors—including his brother Bradley—of the Hunza differs from the rest of Pakistan in other ways too: The majority of the people there follow Shia Islam, and many are Ismaili Shia Muslims, followers of His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan Missing: longevity.

The People of the Hunza: Archetypes of Health and Longevity. Posted on Octo April 3, by Natures First Path: Holistic Medicine. There are societies and communities that exist on this earth where the average life expectancy is up to to years old at a minimum.

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| July 5, David Tee - - That is one of the more incredible stories to be told about the Hunza people. But are the stories true. Did some of their Read More. Featured Stories. In his book Lost Horizon () James Hilton created the legend of Shangri-La, a peaceful Himalayan valley of long-lived people.

Where the northern border of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan meets China, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, lies the hidden Hunza Valley.

The longevity communities in this book are: Okinawa, Japan The Republic of Abkhazia next to southern Russia. Vilcabamba, Ecuador Hunza People of northern Pakistan In Section One you will see the information on our study and comparisons of these communities In Section Two we provide many different recipes from these communities of the.

Even so, doctors, scientists, and public health specialists often travel to these regions to solve the mystery of a long, healthy life; in this way, the experts hope to bring to the modern world the secrets of longevity.

Hunza is at a very high altitude in the Himalayan Mountains of Asia. The key players in these longevity recipes are nutritious, plant-based foods with extraordinary healing powers: vegetables, fruits, grains, beans, legumes, seaweeds, nuts, and seeds, with fish and/or poultry playing a supporting role.

You will notice that just about every recipe in this book is low-sodium, sugar-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Ancient Origins articles related to longevity in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.

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G.Dr. Mao's Secrets of Longevity Cookbook book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Known as Doctor to the stars, Mao Shing Ni /5(3).Indeed, the Hunza Valley in the soaring northern mountains of Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan province is chock full of magic, and considerable mystery.

For decades, it has perplexed and amazed people as much by its sublime beauty as its reputation for keeping people young.

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