The Hunza people are found mainly throughout the Himalayan region of Pakistan. They live secluded from the rest of the world. For over 2000 years they have survived on their resources they had among their own surroundings.
Hunza Bread is a primitive bread recipe as prepared by the Hunza people. The bread itself dates back nearly 2000 years and has been known with some variation or the other throughout the wider Himalayan region. The Hunza people are among the oldest civilization still living in these regions and are known to live highly secluded lives. But this community has the highest rate of human lifetime in the world, with an average of over 100 years. This extraordinary life expectancy is mostly attributed to the diet observed by these people as well as their day to day activities.