Berries rich in vitamin B17 include wild blackberries, elderberries, gooseberries, cranberries, mulberries and raspberries. Stone fruits like apricots, apples, plums, prunes and pears are also substantial sources of vitamin B17. Not only do these particular fruits provide a healthy dose of laetrile, but they are also full of essential vitamins, minerals and simple carbohydrates. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/256999-foods-containing-vitamin-b-17/#ixzz2Eo4JKJSu
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Red fruits and veggies have lycopene, which helps reduce damage from free radicals in your body and it also prevents heart disease, cancer, prostrate problems, and reduces the skin damage from the sun. These red foods help memory function, urinary tract health, and makes your heart healthy. Red fruits and vegetables are also often very high in vitamin C, which helps encourage cellular renewal in your body.
(had NO idea) Apple seeds (not the apple itself) are 2nd or 3rd on the list so far as foods containing high levels of the cancer preventing B17. (Apricot seeds are at the top of the B17 list). I freeze my apple cores and throw them into the blender as part of my smoothies. I guess it's true that "An Apple a day keeps the doctor away"