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In Pakistan, women of this community give birth to children even at the age of 65, they do not get old for a long time, know why

New Delhi.

People all over the world become victims of diseases with age, but people of Hunza community in Pakistan live more than 100 years of age due to their excellent lifestyle.

The long and healthy life of these people living in the Hunza Valley of northern Pakistan has been a subject of research for scientists.

Much research has been done on the ways of the Hunza community and many books have been written on them. Among the books written on him, JI Rodal’s The Healthy Hunzas and Dr. Joe Clarke’s The Last Kingdom of the Himalayas are the most famous.

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Women living in Hunza Valley of Pakistan look many years younger than their age. Even at the age of 80, he can be seen quite young. Not only this, they can give birth to children by the age of 65-70 years, whereas women generally lose the ability to have children by the age of 50-55.

It is said that for the first time the matter of long life of Hunza people came to the fore when a person applied for visa in Britain and in 1984 his birth passport was written 1832. The specialty of this place is that in the rest of Pakistan, even though women have to struggle to study, but here they are given education like boys.

Women in the Hunza community are beautiful as well as educated. The reason for not diminishing their beauty is that they drink melt water from Himalayan glaciers and take bath from it. This water is rich in minerals and antioxidants.

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The people of this community settled in Pakistan follow the Muslim religion. Their community is called Burusho and they speak Burushaski language. To see the lifestyle of these people, tourists reach Hunza Valley.