For decades, there has been an endless debate around the world about what diet is best for human health, vitality and longevity. While each of us defends our own position on this issue, there are no more convincing arguments for proper nutrition than those shown to us by the people of Hunza in the Himalayas. We all know from childhood that it is important to eat more fruits and vegetables. However, the ubiquitous consumption of products such as meat, milk and refined foods is taking over in the minds of the majority of the world’s population, who blindly believe in the integrity of their health and the omnipotence of the medical industry. But the arguments in favor of traditional food crumble like a house of cards when we get acquainted with the facts about the life of the Hunza tribes. And facts, as you know, are stubborn things. So, Hunza is a territory located on the border of India and Pakistan, where for many generations: • A person is not considered mature until the age of 100 • People live to be 140 or older • Men become fathers at 90 or older • An 80-year-old woman does not look older than 40 • Are in good health and have little or no disease • Retain activity and vigor in all areas for the rest of life • At the age of 100, they do housework and walk 12 miles Compare the level and quality of life of this tribe with the life of the Western world, suffering from all kinds of diseases from a very young age. So what is the secret of the inhabitants of Hunza, which for them is not a secret at all, but a habitual way of life? Mainly – it’s an active life, absolutely natural nutrition and lack of stress. Here are the basic principles of life of the Hunza tribe: Nutrition: apples, pears, apricots, cherries and blackberries tomatoes, beans, carrots, zucchini, spinach, turnips, lettuce leaves almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts and beech nuts wheat, buckwheat, millet, barley Residents of Hunza they very rarely consume meat, as they do not have suitable soil for grazing. Also, there is a small amount of dairy products in their diet. But all they eat is fresh food full of probiotics. In addition to nutrition, factors such as the purest air, glacial mountain water rich in alkali, daily physical labor, exposure to the Sun and absorption of solar energy, enough sleep and rest, and finally, positive thinking and attitude to life. The example of the inhabitants of Hunza shows us that health and longevity are the natural state of a person, and illness, stress, suffering are the costs of the lifestyle of modern society.