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Benefits of Honey

Nutrients That Come From Honey

It tastes good, it smells good and to top it all of it, it actually has some nutrients. I’m talking about Browning’s raw honey made straight from nature. With a family heritage of bee keeping It’s no wonder this honey tastes like perfection. Today Browning’s Honey Co. is one of the largest honey production companies in the United States. Browning’s Honey is based in Idaho Falls but caters to the rest of the nation. Honey is more than that delicious gold thick syrup we love as a treat or in combination with other foods, it comes with many health benefits. In this article, you will be surprised to find the many health benefits of honey you were not aware of.

Studies have shown that eating honey prior to a 30 to 40-minute gym session of lifting weights helps maintain blood glucose levels better than other sources of carbs. Honey is also an excellent pre-workout snack before starting your workout, it makes it easy for your body to digest and easily releases into your system. During your training, it helps improve performance and endurance. Honey has proved to work as well as glucose a common carbohydrate supplement. Research has shown that honey is great for recovery after your workout when taken with other post-workout protein supplements. Honey helps with muscle recovery and glycogen restoration.

Include honey in your workout plan it’s a great source of carbohydrates that are filled with energy and flavor in addition to vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Combining honey with other healthy foods will give you optimal nutrition Because breakfast is such an important meal to start your day with you can incorporate honey by putting it on a bagel, toast, oatmeal, or fruit smoothie. For a snack, you can have peanut butter and honey. To hydrate, you can add honey to your water bottle as an easy substitute for regular sports drinks. Find quick and easy recipes on our website to make honey sports beverages.

Honey helps reduce wrinkles! for centuries honey has not only been used for cooking purposes but for the treatment of diseases and illnesses. Honey works well as a gentle exfoliator, a pore cleanser, moisturizes skin, lightens scars, is good for sunburn, helps acne and pimples, adds a natural glow, hydrates your skin and brightens skin complexion. Mixed with herbs honey enhances medical products and another great thing is that honey if stored well will never go bad and can last past the expiry date. Mixing honey with natural ingredients even those found just in your kitchen makes an effective and affordable skin treatment giving you healthy, younger-looking, and glowing skin.

Honey moisturizes the skin from deep within instead of just on the surface. The enzymes in it allow it to easily sink into the skin while conditioning and softening it. For example, if you want to use honey as a moisturizing mask use one spoon of honey on dry skin and let it sit for 15-20 minutes then rinse with cool water to leave your skin moisturized. It acts as a pore cleanser to help with blackheads because of its antioxidants, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It helps remove dirt from pores and gets rid of blackheads. To use honey as a pore cleanser mix one spoon of honey with two spoons of jojoba oil or coconut oil and apply to dry clean skin and massage into the skin and rinse with cold water. For more skin remedies with honey click here.

Honey is also a natural remedy for dandruff not only will it nourish your hair but also give you smooth and soft hair. Honey mixed with lavender and green tea helps prevent hair fall. Honey can help with Eczema a skin condition that cause discomfort. Raw honey mixed with cold pressed olive oil is sure to help.

A natural and healthier substitute for sugar. Its antibacterial properties help keep bacteria and fungal infections away. Honey can help prevent heart disease. A review has concluded that honey can help lower blood pressure, improve blood fat levels, regulate heartbeat and stop the death of healthy cells. In numerous studies, honey has been liked to have beneficial effects on heart health. Honey has even been used in hospitals for wounds for centuries. One tablespoon of raw honey has 64 calories and 17 grams of sugar, it also contains small amounts of calcium, and magnesium. niacin, pantothenic acid, phosphorous, potassium, riboflavin, and zinc. Raw honey is also a source of varying amounts of amino acids, enzymes, and other beneficial compounds.

Honey helps with digestive issues and also contains beneficial probiotics which means it nourishes good bacteria in the intestines. Honey helps sore throats and coughs just add it to some hot tea with lemon. Honey also has cognitive benefits the polyphenols in honey can counter inflammation in the hippocampus.

If you’re having trouble sleeping warm milk and honey just before you sleep is a great remedy that has been used for centuries.

Honey burns fat even when you are sleeping it’s one of the best foods for losing weight. Doctors suggest a spoonful before bed and add some warm water if you prefer. This is also beneficial in the morning when you wake up, taken on an empty stomach. Having it as the first thing you consume in the morning will help increase your metabolism helping you lose weight.

The label needs to say raw honey or from a farm that verifies that it has not been pasteurized. Labels are written differently from “natural,” “organic,” and “pure,” but none of that indicates that it is raw so be sure to look for the label that says raw and any artificial ingredients like artificial sweeteners.

Now that we’ve informed you about all the great benefits of honey we hope you’ll be sure to have some always stored in your cupboard. with so many benefits to it, we think you’d want to fill your cupboard with it. We’d love to answer any questions you might have or help you with an order, all you need to do is click here.

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