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 Breakfast Ideas, Wild Blackberries, Gardenfruit Trees, Care For Apricot Trees, Gardens, Mediterranean Diet, Diet Breakfast, Breakfast Food, How To
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Fruits and Vegetables that contain vitamin B17
Apricot kernels contain a toxic chemical known as amygdalin (or vitamin B17). In the body this chemical is converted to cyanide, which is poisonous. Despite serious safety concerns, apricot kernel has been used for treating cancer. It is taken by mouth or given as an injection. #fight #cancer
Fruits That Contain Vitamin B17
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Vitamin B17 works to reduce tumors & prevent metastasis or the spread of the cancer. It kills cancer cells, strengthens the immune system. Vitamin B17 (nitriloside, amygdalin) exists in apricot, apple, cherry & nectarine seeds. Blackberry, cranberry, boysenberry, currant, strawberry & raspberry, have highest amounts in their wild form. Cassava (highest amount), sweet potato & yam. Leaves like Alfalfa, beet tops, spinach, watercress leaves, & sprouts from bamboo, alfalfa, fava, garbanzo.