Raw organic honey is a good source of carbohydrates and protein, which are helpful for your body when you’re working out. Our bodies use carbohydrates as an energy source, so consuming raw organic honey before or after exercise can give you more energy to get through it. Protein also helps rebuild muscle tissue after a workout, so consuming raw organic honey post-workout will let your body repair itself faster.
The NHS estimates 1 in 10 people to be affected by kidney stones. Kidney stones can reach sizes so large that they have to be surgically removed to avoid an infection. Smaller stones do not require such invasive procedures. There are natural remedies to help break down kidney stones and flush them out with your urine.
Did you know that if you eat raw honey at bedtime you can burn more body fat in your sleep than walking at a fast pace for two hours? Living enzymes present in raw honey activate natural fat-burning hormones in the body.
A university study in Turkey found that people with type 2 diabetes who ate 5 grams of raw organic honey daily for four months reduced their Haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) level. A 2010 study in the British Journal of Nutrition found that oligonol, found in lychee fruits, reduced liver damage associated with diabetes.
Poor diet is one of the main causes of bad skin. Spots, acne, rashes, blackheads, blemishes... all are linked to diet in some way. People are willing to spend hundreds of pounds on the latest creams and skincare gels, not knowing that they could better results by simply making a few changes to their diet. In this article we explore three foods that are bad for your skin, and alternatives to those three foods.
A study published in the Malaysian Journal of Medical Science in 2015 found that raw honey can help to protect your heart by lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol in your blood.
Did you know that you could be walking round with up to 10kg of undigested food and rotting faecal matter in your digestive system? It is like carrying a 10kg sack of potatoes everywhere you go.
Raw honey contains natural amino acids, enzymes, pollen, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that processed sugar does not have. These nutrients help the body benefit from raw honey without the harm associated with processed sugar.