Published: 25 April 2021
Edit BY: Seham Abedin
The white tribe, with European beauty, a long age and adaptation to the climate conditions of the Hunza, adheres to its customs and traditions, which are rooted in the history of tribes on all continents.
The valley where the Hunza live is called the Valley of the Immortals, the super-people are a long-lived people, one of whom naturally lives more than 100 years, and the Hunza people are characterized by their enduring smiles that do not separate their faces, their homes, their activity, their power.
Especially since they have a young external shape, many people are shocked to learn their age.
Alexander the Great Macedonian roamed the world, and no one could stand up to the soldiers of that army of great physical structure, but as the army crossed the upper Himalayas, a band of them lost their way, settled in a remote area, closed to the world in one of the mountains, what is known as the State of Pakistan nowadays.
They were the children and grandchildren of those soldiers who became known as the Hunza, meaning they were united like arrows in their breasts, and they were my name. They were powerful and they didn't fear the odds.
In northern India at the foothills of the Himalayas, in an area on the border with Pakistan, ancient Afghanistan, the former Soviet Union and China, the legendary tribe called Hunza has about 3,300 citizens who are happy, friendly and healthy, and so surprisingly long that they are known not to be ill.
It should be noted: The average age is about 100 years, and some of them live to age 130 and over without illness or health problems.
= = History = = In 1970, when a road was constructed connecting ancient avenues from Pakistan to China, National Geographic described this tribe as the longest-lived in the world.
This civilization is proof and evidence of the relationship of diet and lifestyle to an individual's lifespan. One of their habits is what many describe as the enormous ability to preserve young people, and health where they have certain times to refrain from eating.
This is in addition to a low-protein diet, rich in large quantities of fruit and vegetables, and daily cold-water showers, even in those days where the temperature is no more than 1,000 degrees Celsius.
In addition, Ballerina, children, women and the elderly regularly play sports while working in the field and walking tens of kilometres a day in rugged areas.
The Hunza raised the curiosity of scientists to learn the secret of their longevity and health.
English doctor Robert McCarrison is the former Director of India's Nutrition Unit, and when India was still a British colony, the first scientist to study a Hunza procedure, and three years of life among them.
Confirmed that not a single case of cancer, stomach ulcers, appendicitis in the world or any other Western disease had been detected, and that all factors and variables affecting the health status of the Hunza had been carefully analysed in terms of race, genetic status, personal hygiene, nutrition, physical activity and many environmental factors.
McCarrison concluded that the secret that explains their good health, vitality and longevity is their diet; Including growing the land with 100% organic fertilizer without the final use of chemical products, which contributes to the production of a larger amount of the crop but in return reduces the nutritional quality of the products.
The Hunza's diet consists of whole grains and all kinds of vegetables, especially lettuce, as well as dry fruit cooked with whole wheat, barley and beans, and the most abundant fruit fruit is apricot, perfectly gorgeous goat's yoghurt, cheese without salt and potatoes roasted with peel and never eating sugar, white bread or wheat derivatives.
Their breakfast consists of a bowl of fresh or boiled apricot with cereal, Indian bread, about 10 A.M. They eat the same diet as fresh or poached vegetables, and between 1 and 2 p.m. they have another meal of dried apricot in the water to eat in the winter or fresh apricot in the summer and between 5 and 8 p.m.
Some researchers have classified their diet as vegetarian, with most of them having a diet consisting of vegetables and fruit, and relying solely on dairy, the bulk of which is ice water, unparalleled yogurt and leaf vegetables, and rarely eating meat, perhaps twice a year.
They laugh a lot and their joy at living is one of their favorite origins or habit.
In addition, exercise is an essential practice in Hunza life, for the elderly, for women and for children, as a result of caring for farming in their small lands scattered in the rugged mountains.
In addition to loving yoga, the Hunza people recognize the importance of meditation and its benefits to the mind, body and soul.
They usually go down long roads, go up the cliffs and drink plant wine, the only kind of wine they drink. Dr. Henri Cowanda discovered the Romanian Nobel laureate, and after studying the waters of the valley. "Honza," in order to determine its effects on disease, that due to the decline of water from the Hunza glaciers, it has a different viscosity, high alkaline acidity, high proportion of active hydrogen, oxidation effort, negative reduction, and many gruñan minerals
Researchers also examined this in the book Hunza, The Lost Kingdom of the Himalayas, and Robert McCarrison studied this tribe in depth and came up with the following:
First: The Hunza are perfectly healthy until they are 100 years old.
The average age of its members is over 100 years.
Two sides of her 70-year-old women enjoy the appearance of a 40-year-old European woman.
They do not suffer from obesity.
Fifth: It's not unusual for someone to have children when they're 70 to 90 years old.
And until a few days before his death, one of them would retain all his physical and mental abilities.
Seventh: Seventy-year-olds can walk up to 100 kilometres up and down the mountains for short breaks.
The next day, he goes to work without any feeling of fatigue and fatigue.
Eighth: Women do a lot of exercise like men, walk for about 20 kilometers a day, go up and down steep areas, and when asking the Hunza about the mystery of longevity, they just recommend a plant-based diet, work and constant movement that the majority of people are people. The Hunza, unlike their neighbors, have white skin and bright eyes, which suggests that they are the missing descendants of Alexander the Great's army when he invaded India and they still live like this with good health and a long life amid a very rugged nature of snow-capped mountains and deep valleys.
In 1984, the media reported the unbelievable story of the arrival at Houston Airport in London of a Hunza called "Happy Mpindto," which caused a large number of customs services to emerge.
That's because he mentioned on his passport, born in 1823, who is 161 years old and still alive, and he looks young.
The secret was that the Hunza were famous; after he had been arrested and interrogated; He talked to them about his people, how they live there.
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