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“Hwanza” people live long time without disease and without sadness.. I know the secret

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Thursday, May 11, 2023 04:00 AM

Hansa Valley A fertile valley that supports agriculture and isolated from the rest of the world, it is located at a high altitude, in an area with magnificent scenery year-round and unparalleled generosity, these people are very popular, research indicates. The Hansa tribe, or Borocho people, are one of the healthiest and happiest tribes on earth. These people live in the Andes mountain region of Bolivia, north of Pakistan, and are in good health and follow a healthy diet and simple lifestyle, the website said.Very healthy.

Hwanza women

The diet of these tribes depends on grains, vegetables, fruits and fresh fish, and they avoid processed and processed foods and soft drinks. They engage in daily physical activity and rely on traditional modes of transportation such as walking, cycling and riding animals..

In addition, this tribe enjoys a simple lifestyle and lives in small families, whose members interact closely, which helps strengthen social and family ties and achieve happiness and psychological stability..

A woman from the Hwanza tribe

No one knows how long the Hansa people live. So doctors examined Hansa and made best guesses about the age of his people. The fact is that all Hansa’s reports indicate that the elderly are healthy, active, and almost disease-free.

The environment in which the Hansa live is mountainous and has a very rugged terrain. The villages are incredibly isolated and built on a cliff; Some villages are more than 1000 years old. Also, the Hansa people had no choice but to go through rough passes and steep mountains. Some pastures are two hours away from the village.

A tribe living on the border between Pakistan and India
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The Huanza people follow a raw, vegetarian diet. Due to their extreme isolation, the Hunza do not have access to large amounts of cooking fuel, so they farm what they can and gather the rest. The Hansa grow apricots, cherries, grapes and peaches, and they also eat grains such as wheat and barley.

Some researchers have described the Hansa as the happiest people on earth. The Hansa had a certain zest and passion for life, probably due in part to their rigorous daily exercises and simple lifestyle.