Again about the health benefits of lemon water in the morning? And honey? Hasn’t it been said enough? Haven’t we all tried it for 2 weeks or 2 months and nothing happened? Well, as simple and unbelievable this recipe may be, it seems that there is no smoke without fire. And if you have a problem, or don’t have a problem but want to improve your overall health state, then you should also remember 2 things: 1. be consistent 2.… Read More
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
Have you ever wondered how to lose weight fast and naturally? Of course you have and of course you’ve tried a lot. Could honey help you lose weight? Not alone, that’s for sure. If you haven’t given up yet, try a natural and cheap product, like horseradish. You’ll see here some of the horseradish benefits for health. It is possible to not lose weight after it but at least you will be healthier. And who knows for sure? This plant could be exactly what you need. There have… Read More
Honey and walnuts health benefits: treat anemia, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure. And make a reliable aphrodisiac!
Searching for honey and walnuts health benefits I was surprised to find that people are looking only for walnuts health benefits. And that the combination of the two is reduced to only being an aphrodisiac. But it’s way more than that! Yes, honey and walnuts were used since the Romans, in fertility rites, and in some places it is still a habitual dish at the wedding party. And the list is long, seems like people have researched a lot in the… Read More
Obesity! The disease of the century! An epidemic one. 20% of children are obese 66% of adults are overweight or obese. Over the previous 33 years, overweight and obesity in adults have increased with 27.5% and with 47.1% in children and adolescents. Over 100,000 individuals die each year from obesity related cancers. Let’s see: what happened in the last 33 years? The technology got better. The machines got better. We work in an office staring a computer. Not in the garden. And work a lot: 10 – 16 hours… Read More