The dangers of SUGAR have been so widely publicised recently that many people now mistakenly assume that anything ‘SWEET’ is bad for you.
While refined sugar is indeed harmful, nature provides an array of natural sugars found in fruits and honey that nourish the body and promote good health.
Swapping out HONEY for SUGAR (MODERATION MODERATION MODERATION) is probably one of the simplest was for you to help protect your body.
Here are some interesting facts on HONEY and it’s health benefits;
✅ BOOSTS YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Raw, organic honey is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes which protect the body from bacteria and boost the immune system. Cold and flu symptoms, such as coughs, sore throats, and congestion are also kept at bay when treated with honey.
✅ REDUCES YOUR RISK OF HEART DISEASE
Honey mixed with cinnamon has been shown to revitalize the arteries and veins of the heart and reduce cholesterol in the blood by up to 10%. When taken on a regular basis, this honey-cinnamon mixture may reduce the risk of heart attacks and stop another from occurring in people who have already suffered one.
✅ HELPS TO GIVE YOU CLEAR SKIN
Due to its anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties, honey is the ultimate organic skincare brand. Apply a dab of raw, organic honey directly to blemishes, and let the skin absorb its medicinal properties overnight. Wash it off in the morning, and after regular use, you’ll wake up to clear skin!
Honey is also an effective treatment for other skin conditions, such as eczema, ring worm, and psoriasis. Though honey does not CURE these conditions, it does soothe inflammation and relieve dryness.
✅ HELPS TO BOLSTER YOUR ENERGY LEVELS
The natural sugars in honey provide a healthy source of calories and energy for the body. Plus, using honey for an energy boost also answers the human body’s innate craving for something sweet.
Fight fatigue with nature’s answer to low energy. Instead of reaching for coffee, cakes, or chocolate to get you through an energy slump, try reaching for a tablespoon of raw, organic honey instead.
SUGAR VS HONEY?
DO YOU REALLY NEED TO ASK!