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“2 tablespoons of honey lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels”
A study that had substantial funding from the Bee Keepers of America /s
yeah, I noticed that, guess the NRA wasn’t interested . . .
It’s best if you gather it yourself…. from a wild hive.
Who paid for the study. Sugar in any form is sugar.
What levels of change were observed?
You can’t ask that question!
It is stated in quran 1400 years age,
“Honey has cure for people”
That is it ..
As a Type 1 diabetic, I find this “finding” to not to be true. Honey RAISES my blood sugar in the same way any sugar does. Maybe the other findings are accurate about it’s health benefits but it definitely doesn’t seem as if would lower anyone’s blood glucose levels
Outlandish. This is clearly bought and paid for by the Honey Interests. The title is suggestive of starting a honey regiment. How many diabetics will YOU kill?? For shame!
Oh PULEAZE Patric. Honey has a much lower glycemic index than sugar, and if taken with other foods, is clearly beneficial.
I drank two tablespoons of honey everyday for 2-3 months, my fasting blood sugar increased from 120 to 140 mg%. I stopped honey and changed to coconut fluid (not milk) from the base of coconut flowers, my blood sugar returned to 120 mg%.
Mine too, but there were other factors at play. We do know ot is medicinal, but 2 tbsp?!
Honey is total health. This was told by our Prophit MUHAMMAD PBUH 1400 years back and now medical science is verifying this thing through great research after spending huge Budget. So please follow the Quran/Islamic studies/teachings for benefits of life.
Indeed, this is very helpful! Thank you for sharing this detailed article about honey. Indeed, honeys have a lot of benefits, especially to our health. That’s why I really love having one in my home. I also find a brand that sells the best creamed honey, you can check their website at https://wendellestate.ca/ to know more about them. You’ll surely won’t regret it!
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