Hunza People Never Get Sick, Don’t Get Cancer and Live up to 120 years
Connecting together the dots of all the stories and facts presented above, here is my conclusion about how to have a long and healthy life:
1. You do need to educate through life. You can start developing a healthy mind at a young age, and its advised you should never stop reading and thinking actively. Clarice Emley was a teacher, almost all Hunzas are educated. We all need a healthy developed brain to have a healthy life.
2. Single or not it doesn’t matter as long as you maintain healthy relationships during your whole life.
3. A “Healthy relationship” means a good connection with yourself, acknowledging hidden feelings, and helping to dissolve them in a healthy energy, no matter how contagious they can be. Using self- learning techniques and meditation can help you develop a better understanding of your needs and wishes, which can lead to a bigger,loving atmosphere for you and everyone else.
Don’t be afraid to express your feelings, for suppressing them can sometimes lead to an abyss. Expressing your feelings can make your relationships “grow old” with you in a healthy direction. So don’t stay away from marriage, but be able to “jump out” of an unstable and unhealthy one. At the end, it is your life that matters most, and the lives of those you love.
4. Avoid stress! Yes, stress is the greatest silent killer, the modern “exterminator” of life force. You should retire and slow down in some peaceful place, where you can reconnect with nature and try to live a calmer life.
5. Try to eat organic, natural food, and if you have the chance, grow it yourself. Look at the Hunza people, they eat only what they grow, and they live to be very healthy. They don’t even know what cancer is. They die old and happy, seeing more in life than anyone of us. They see the sunrise many years after your last sunset. They witness their great-grandchildren running and playing around. So think of that next time you reach for an unhealthy snack.
5. Don’t skip the physical activity! Even though it is hard, don’t give up! Think of all the working hours the Hunza people spend in the fields! It is hard, but keeping your muscles “warm” can never be bad. Clarice Emley (we mentioned before) exercises every day. And she is 105 years old! You are never getting younger. We have to give up things to change our lives and its direction. We do it for ourselves. Why not try these things; maybe they will help you after all? Maybe you will live longer than anyone in your family and friends. Maybe you will be the first one that can live for 200 years.Until that time, let’s use the knowledge of those people that are older than 100 and still alive and healthy.
I wish you good luck! May you live a healthy, long life!