Originally from Dagestan, urbech is a 100% natural paste made of ground raw seeds and nuts. There is no thermal treatment of the paste, so it retains all the raw goodness of the products. Urbech contains more protein than meat and more calcium than dairy. It’s highly recommended for people suffering from diabetes and heart disease. Urbech is also absolutely delicious, raw food for vegans and raw foodists.
Ingredients: ground apricot kernels (50%), raw honey (50%).
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In the 1930s, Major Sir Robert McCarrison wrote about a tribe called the Hunzas who lived in the remote countryside of the Himalayas near Northern Pakistan.
According McCarrison’s written observations, the Hunzas seemed to enjoyed near-perfect health. Some lived to be over 135 years old and no one in their clan had any of the conditions so common in the modern world, such as diabetes, obesity, heart attack, and cancer.
Twenty years later, Dr. Ernest Krebs, a biochemist with a desire to understand what makes cancer cells work, discovered that the Hunzas’ vitality had a lot to do with their overall lifestyle and diet. Their diet consisted of raw milk, the occasional meat and bone broth, fresh grains and veggies. They ate little sugar and, as nomads and herders, they naturally got plenty of exercise. The other characteristic that was unique about the Hunzas is that they ate massive quantities of apricot seed kernels.
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