The body uses beta-glucosidase to break the bonds of the components in vitamin 
B17, and releases its cyanide and benzaldyhide [LOL?] in the digestive tract.
 Healthy cells contain the rhodanese enzyme that protects them against the 
cyanide.  Rhodanese combines the cyanide with sulfur and renders it 
 Cancer cells contain beta-glucosidase and do not contain this protective 
enzyme, which leaves and other harmful organisms vulnerable to the cyanide.



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