Add Honey to Your New Year’s Resolutions

January 2, 2019

Looking to incorporate healthy eating habits into your lifestyle or to get back on track after holiday over indulgences? Try these straightforward tips and don’t forget to include honey in your diet. Honey is truly a remarkable food as it can help you achieve a healthier, more active lifestyle.

Honey can offer the following benefits to one’s well being:

Strengthens Immunity: Honey’s antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties can boost immune systems, which can then better fight off infections.

Aids Weight-loss: When used sparingly, honey may actually help dieters lose weight when used as a substitute for other sweeteners.

Helps Digestion: Some people use honey to soothe their digestive problems by drinking it with tea and lemon.

Delivers Energy: Honey, like all sugars, can confer a short-term energy boost. It can be used as a recovery agent after exercise as it is a healthier option than many sugar substitute.

In addition to incorporating honey into your food and drink, adopting the following approaches to your diet will help keep your body strong and fit.

Rainbow vegetables

Eat Real Food: Eat a rainbow of different-colored fruits and vegetables. If possible, chose organic produce as it is rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals.

Skip Processed Food: Avoid foods typically sold in bags or boxes and which have a long shelf life. Processed foods can contain unhealthy fats, long lists of preservatives and excessive amounts of sugar.

 Add Healthy Fats: Get energy, building blocks for healthy cell membranes and essential nutrients from healthy fats. Foods containing healthy fats include avocado, coconut oil, olives, nuts, seeds, unheated olive and flax oil, clean salmon, nuts and seeds.

 

 

 

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