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I recently received some very good questions about B17. I want to share them with you because the health benefits of B17 are never going away, and we can always learn more about its health benefits.
Remember that I have several chapters in my book, The Richardson Cancer Prevention Diet, about the foods you can buy at the market with B17 that can help prevent cancer.
This is not only good for you and your family, but is healthy for your animals, too.
Now, let’s address two good questions about B17.
Q: Bitter Or Sweet?
Some apricot seeds are bitter and some are sweet, does this mean anything with regard to the B17 vitamin?
I would assume that all the seeds will be bitter, but if they taste sweet, check the product company and the ingredient list to make sure they haven’t been altered to “taste” better.
It’s just a thought, but I wonder if the difference in taste could be due to when the apricot is harvested and how long it sat idle before extracting the seeds.
This is an interesting question, but I would firstly, research the company’s processing protocol. I would also assume that the more bitter, the more potent.
Q: How Much Do I Use?
Great info on your youtube video. How much of these foods should one consume for them to be effective?