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
Carotenoids are what give the foods their orange color. They repair DNA and help prevent cancer and heart disease, as well as strengthening our vision. These orange foods also give us the right amount of potassium and vitamin A, which keeps our eyes and skin healthy, and protects against infections. They are also known to boost the immune system because of the vitamin C content in many of them.
Amla, better known as Indian Gooseberry, is widely used in the Ayurvedic medicine system of India. Amla is extremely rich in vitamin C, having thirty percent more than oranges. It’s packed with many vitamins, minerals, tannins and other helpful nutrients.
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Honeydew melon is a rich source of vitamin C that helps to boost levels of collagen the protein that gives skin its youth & firmness. It is a good fruit source of Copper essential for healthy skin because it helps aid in skin cell regeneration & your body's ability to repair its muscles & tissues. Also rich source of folic acid, it's known to aid in reducing symptoms of depression, protect against different forms of cancer, & fight numerous neurological disorders. #dherbs
Apple seeds, like apricot seeds, contain vitamin B17 with supposedly prevents cancer. I personally think the theory is true from my research. So throw the apple core into the blender with your smoothie. Remember they used to say, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"