Life In Hunza: Some Interesting Facts About Hunza Lifestyle

Life in Hunza

Learn About the Hunza People, the Healthiest People in the World

Life in Hunza gets more interesting when you get to know the Hunza culture. Their culture is indeed thought-provoking for perspicacious. Since the birth of mankind, immortality has always been our obsession. So far, the oldest text we know of is Gilgamesh’s Ep, which has an immortal history. Thousands of years have passed, but we have not achieved our goals. In fact, life expectancy today is longer than before.

Today, doctors and nutritionists are proposing new lifestyles and healthy foods to improve our health. But we live in a fast-paced world of genetically modified foods, chemistry and commerce, far away from the natural environment, which provides us with real health.

 

This is the story of the Hunza, the healthiest person in the world!

 

An Impressive  Story

The Hunza people live in the Hunza River Valley in present-day Pakistan, at an altitude of 2,590 meters, surrounded by mountains, almost isolated from the world. Also known as Huznakuts, their language is very different from other languages ​​in the region and is considered to be a mixture of ancient Macedonian and certain languages ​​of the Persian Empire. Local legend says that the Hunzas were descended from the army of Alexander the Great.

 

Life In Hunza

Life In Hunza: Stunning landscapes of Hunza

 

For centuries, the Hunza people lived in a small independent manor, which was ruled by a ruler marked with the title of Mir. The first report by Europeans came from the British garrison investigating the Hunza Valley in the 1870s. It is said that these people are healthy, live longer, and have a brighter complexion than nearby tribes. The population is estimated to be around 8,000.

Exploring the Hunzakut

The interest in Hunza around the world began in the middle of the 20th century. Scientists are interested in these mysterious people and want to reveal the secrets of health and longevity, so they began to explore their lifestyle, culture, customs and habitat.

Hunza Walley is not rich in natural resources, so the life of animals and plants is restricted, and people have to make great efforts to provide food and crops. In the 50-storey terrace garden, this is a very interesting way to create enough space in a vast area.

 

Life In Hunza

Life In Hunza: Hunzai Foodcoma

 

The Hunzas do not suffer from modern diseases such as cancer, and somehow they have a natural defence system against heart disease and diabetes… They are already 120 years old. It is not uncommon for your wife to give birth in the 1970s and 1980s, as they maintain vitality, health and strength at all ages. At the time of writing this article, it sounds like a fairy tale, but it is not the case, it is real life!

The Secret of Longevity of the Huns

 

Hunza people only eat twice a day, have a hearty breakfast in the morning, and dinner after sunset.

Their diet mainly includes unprocessed fruits (apples, blackberries, cherries, pears, peaches, apricots), vegetables (potatoes, carrots, radishes, zucchini); nuts, such as hazelnuts, almonds and their derivatives. Milk, yoghurt, cheese and a lot of meat. They also drink a lot of ice-cold and pure water rich in minerals, with almost nothing else.

There is a unique part of their diet: almonds. They eat it in large quantities. Seeds are rich in vitamins B17 and B20, and the intake of these vitamins should be 200 times that of the average American. According to research, Hunza Valley’s apricots are considered to be the key to the absence of tumours.

 

Life in Hunza:

Life in Hunza: Secret of Longevity

 

They also have a year, usually two to four months, and live only on apricot juice.

Their lifestyle requires a lot of work in the fields, so they exercise almost all day. They are also very good at yoga and some of them are true masters of meditation.

His philosophy of life is very simple. Yesterday has passed and tomorrow has not yet come, so please enjoy your life now.

We can use many methods. Stress, unhealthy lifestyle, lack of exercise and obesity are common in today’s world. It’s time to stop for a moment and look around. Nothing is more important than us. Health is our greatest asset.

 

Saba Ghani
Saba Ghani

Since 2017, Saba Ghani has been the chief content writer for Pakistan Tour and Travel & EMHI Solutions. You can catch her at sabaghani80@gmail.com or Twitter

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