‘Diabetes’

What is Mad honey from Turkey, aka Deli Bal, and what is it good for?

mad honey aka rhododendron honey aka deli bal

Mad honey is a controversial honey, both medicinal and toxic. A small spoon of mad honey produces a mild, calming, euphoric sensation, which increases overall feelings of contentedness and relaxation. If you chose not to drink it, but to eat it in small quantities, this type of honey has medical qualities which have started to attract science attention. However, until its medicinal properties are well understood it is still recommended to be avoid it. Mad honey is produced by honey… Read More

Does honey raise blood sugar? Does honey make you fat?

honey doesn't raise blood sugar and prevents diabetes

Does honey raise blood sugar? – a question often put, but not by diabetics. Allopathic doctors tell them honey is sugar and is out of the question. Nevertheless studies showed that honey consumption reduces metabolic stress thus reducing the risks for many of the diseases and conditions associated with the metabolic syndrome, including obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Sugar is the #1 enemy of humanity. We all know this. It’s pleasant, it gives energy and is addictive. Many doctors compare… Read More

Royal jelly is an efficient natural treatment for diabetes type 2

natural treatment for glycemia

If you have been searching for a natural treatment for diabetes type 2 and still haven’t decided on anything, take a look at what royal jelly can do. There already have been lots of studies showing the role of royal jelly in reduction of serum glucose and lipids in animals and healthy subjects. But recent studies have also proved the beneficial influence on patients with type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes represents the fourth major public health problem worldwide. And natural… Read More

What is royal jelly good for and how to take it.

what is royal jelly good for and how to take it

Royal jell is the most valuable bee product, yet we still don’t know what it is good for and how to take it. People all over the world have heard of its incredible health benefits but are still not sure when to use it and how. Here are some of the conditions which showed improvements and even complete healing after treatment with royal jelly. In the past the unanimously accepted daily dose was of 0.2 g, and the administration was mostly in the form… Read More

Can diabetics eat MANUKA HONEY?

can diabetics eat manuka honey

They’d better not. It’s not because manuka honey is honey, a really sweet food, because diabetics CAN eat honey, but they SHOULD NOT eat manuka honey. According to latest research, besides diabetes there are other conditions that would impose a restriction from eating manuka honey: renal failure, hypertension and sepsis.  Diabetics can eat honey. This is the subject of the article Can diabetics eat honey?, which describes why scientists consider this food more than just sugars, and what studies have proved this by now. On the… Read More

Here are my best 2 recipes for December. One for the body, one for the soul!

honey garlic lemon baking soda for cancer and diabetes

When winter comes we think of hot wine. With cinnamon. Basically of lots of food. Well, no matter what you eat or drink, don’t give up the wine, that’s for sure! Winter won’t taste the same without it. Here is a recipe which uses garlic, lemon, honey and baking soda, to give you a teaspoon of health that you would love. And keep you from getting as big as a Christmass tree! (Because of the good food, of course…) Ingredients:… Read More