Do lima beans really contain a cancer-curing ingredient? Let’s ask G. Edward Griffin

Richard Olson interviews author and TV producer G. Edward Griffin to continue his discussion about the material covered in his book, World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17.

Griffin explains that traditional medicine only addresses cancer’s symptoms and leaves the underlying cause alone. Contrary to popular belief, cancer is not caused by a deadly bug or virus, but rather by a lack of something that the body needs.

What Griffin and others have found is that Vitamin B17, also known as Amygdalin, helps the body heal by its innate ability to affect an enzyme (Beta-glucosidase) that is only found in cancerous cells. Food products that contain Amygdalin include an old-fashioned variety of lima beans, bitter almonds, and apple seeds. While Amygdalin is chemically similar to the synthetic product called Laetrile, it is not the same substance.

Click here to listen to an excerpt of Sharry Edwards’ interview with G. Edward Griffin that aired on Apr. 4.

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