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Honey Is An Amazing Remedy For Psoriasis

Honey Is An Amazing Remedy For Psoriasis

A 2014 study published in the Journal of Dermatological Treatment found that topical application of raw honey was more effective than steroids (hydrocortisone cream) at improving psoriasis symptoms after four weeks. This is a great remedy for treating psoriasis with no negative side effects from steroid creams.

How To Use Honey For IBS

How To Use Honey For IBS

A study at the University of Florida found bloating and stomach pain in IBS patients was reduced by 50-70% when they consumed two teaspoons of raw organic honey daily. 

How Honey Can Help With Diabetes

How Honey Can Help With Diabetes

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.

Three Foods That Can Improve Or Damage Skin

Three Foods That Can Improve Or Damage Skin

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.

One Simple Trick That Can Make You Sleep Better

One Simple Trick That Can Make You Sleep Better

Insomnia is described as difficulties in falling, or staying, asleep. A 2002 study in Taiwan found that the Mimosa tree was the third most commonly prescribed Chinese herbal remedy for treating sleep disorders. Raw honey in warm organic milk releases a natural substance called serotonin, which helps you sleep.