February 2018

Honey

Is there anyone who does not appreciate one of the Earth’s most wonderful and sweetest gifts? HONEY.

Sweet remedy for diabetes, skin allergies, internal injury, heart problems, depression, certain types of cancer, indigestion, and more….

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, discovered its amazing healing properties.

Calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulphur, sodium, chloride, iron, copper, iodine, zinc, and phosphorus are all found in honey.

Let’s not forget about vitamins A, C, B (B1, B2, B6, B12), then D, E, and K.

Honey contains antiviral, antibacterial, and antiparasitic properties.

Provides excellent antioxidant protection.

Honey is also anti-mutagenic, anti-tumor, and anti-inflammatory. It also heals wounds very well.

It has recently shown clinically significant effects in the treatment of fist-sized ulcers down to the bone, as well as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree burns.

As a cleanser, a mixture of garlic and honey can be applied to infected wounds.

Honey and its healing properties:

-relieves arthritis

-treats allergies

-reduces heart disease, protects against heart attacks

-lowers cholesterol

-calms the stomach

-strengthens immunity

-provides a powerful source of energy

-is a natural antibiotic

-heals injuries

-burns and minimizes the formation of scars

-helps in recovery from a stroke

-removes bad breath, cures colds, angina, colds

-inflammation of the bronchi and upper respiratory tract

-improves the functions of internal organs,

-disinfects, heals the skin from the inside and outside,

-helps with migraines, insomnia, stress, depression and improves mood

-treats stomach ulcers and improves digestion

-is an effective helps with poisonings, especially with mushrooms

– relieves nervous exhaustion, treats anemia, reduces high blood pressure.

Some problems can be treated by combining honey and cinnamon.

Most ailments have been found to be cured by a honey and cinnamon mixture.

Most countries around the world produce honey.

Scientists today recommend it as a very effective medicine for a wide range of diseases.

Honey has no known side effects when used to treat a variety of diseases.

Scientists discovered that, while honey is sweet, when used correctly as a medicine, it does not harm diabetic patients.

Did you know that honey contains live enzymes? and these enzymes die in contact with metal and honey becomes toxic?

to get 1 gram of bee venom, do you need the stings of more than 10,000 bees? – Did you know that… honey does NOT have an expiration date?

A bee lives for less than 40 days, visits at least 1,000 flowers, and makes less than a teaspoon of honey, but for her it is her whole life.

Remember that.

Thank you so much, BEES!!!!



D R I N K I N G M O D E



Water is the most important substance for our bodies’ health.

Water is found in every cell of our body and is present in every process that occurs within it.

Our bodies are completely reliant on water. The brain, for example, is composed of 85% water. Even dry hair contains 10% water.

Drinking 2-3 liters of water per day is generally recommended in the articles. However, this is not enough for everyone, though it is a blessing when someone drinks at least that much.

In general, the drinking regime is still a major issue, and we drink very little water. We should drink 3.5 to 4 dcl of water per 10 kg of body weight. Overweight people should drink 1.5-2 dcl more water for every 11 kg of extra weight.

With a simple calculation, we can determine that many of us should drink twice as much as is generally recommended. The stated value is for normal climatic conditions. It is preferable to double this amount on hot summer days.

Under normal climatic conditions, approximately 0.8 l of water is excreted per day through urine, 0.5 l through skin, 0.3 l through faces, and 0.4 l through breathing.

We should not be surprised if we do not replenish the water supply.

It is preferable and beneficial to drink two-thirds of the total recommended amount of water in the morning, because the body cleanses itself between 04.00 and 12.00, which is known as the exclusion period.

Because the body excretes the most waste products at this time, you should drink plenty of water.

(Everyone understands that after purification, something must be rinsed).

If we do not provide enough water to the body, detoxification is imperfect, and waste that is not excreted settles and gradually intoxicates the internal organs. It’s like doing laundry without water.

The kidneys are responsible for filtering the blood and excreting urine.

In 24 hours, they filter approximately 200 liters of blood. Blood circulation is limitless, and blood flows continuously.

Everything in the body thickens when there is not enough water, and the kidneys excrete concentrated urine.

This gradually clogs them, much like a strainer, and can lead to urinary tract cancer.

A properly functioning body with the proper drinking regimen should produce urine that is nearly colorless and odorless.

In the case of an incorrect drinking regimen, waste substances secreted by the cells accumulate in the space between the cells (intercellular space), and if they are not flushed out, the cells reabsorb energy and nutrition from them.

It is obvious that this space should be clean and full of nutrients.

Inadequate fluid intake leads to toxic and waste substance accumulation, fat accumulation, indigestion, headaches, pain in the kidney area, which we often perceive as pain “in the lower back,” irritability, weakness, fatigue, dizziness, dry skin with wrinkle formation, and muscle weakness.

Inadequate fluid intake also contributes to weight gain.

Many people have a “mental block” and refuse to drink unless they are thirsty. It’s really just a psychological issue. Our bodies have a very poor control over the need for fluids, which worsens with age.

When the body lacks water, it draws it from its own tissues, skin, and muscles, and all body fluids thicken.

When the sensation of thirst appears, the body is deficient in fluid by more than 1% of its weight. We only add 2/3 of the required amount of water when we drink.

As a result, it is necessary to drink throughout the day (with a focus on the morning hours) and in smaller amounts.

(We also water the flowers regularly and not until they are withered).

The body communicates the need for water by making us feel as if we are lacking something, as if we have an appetite for something.

We frequently interpret this sensation as hunger and eat something, but we do not replenish the water.

Furthermore, we complicate matters by requiring the body to process additional food while also lacking water.

Learning from young children who still have natural instincts is beneficial, as long as we do not destroy them ourselves. Allow your child to drink to his or her taste and monitor how much water he or she drinks per day.

Children want to drink before eating because they understand what is necessary and beneficial – it’s a natural instinct.

We prohibit them, claiming that if they drink before eating; they will be unable to eat afterwards.

As a result, we suppress their natural instinct!!!

A sufficient amount of water is also required for effective fat burning, and it is interesting to note that if we drink enough water, we can better maintain a slim figure.

It’s straightforward: waste is simply eliminated from the body.

So let’s all raise a glass of clean water and

! ! ! CHEERS! ! !

NUTRITION MYTHS…

Have you ever came upon an internet healthy eating fad that shocked or surprised you? Very likely, it was a myth. Sadly, they abound on the internet and through social media. Well, let’s have a look…

Foods are classified as either healthy or unhealthy.

You’ve probably heard that eating vegetables is good for you. Imagine only eating vegetables and nothing else. Would your diet be nutritious? No wasn’t, that’s for sure.

There is no such thing as a healthy or unhealthy food; it all depends on the overall context of not only the diet but also the entire lifestyle.

In the spring, the body requires detoxification.

Unless you have a serious medical condition, your body and all of its organs are constantly detoxifying your body, 24 hours a day.

Detox teas, juices, and other treatments available for purchase or preparation at home will probably detox your wallet but have no scientific basis and cannot improve the detoxification processes of the human body.

If you want to do more for your body, drink plenty of fluids (especially water), get plenty of rest, exercise regularly, and eat a varied and balanced diet.

I need to deacidify my body.

Have you also heard that an alkaline diet is required to prevent your body from becoming too acidic? The rules of this diet present a list of alkaline foods that are said to be healthy, followed by a list of neutral and acidic foods that are harmful.

It is critical to remember that the foods we eat have no effect on the pH of our internal environment, only the pH of our urine, which is perfectly normal.

The pH of the human internal environment (blood) is kept within a very narrow range of 7.35 to 7.45 by acid-base balance mechanisms.

Metabolic or respiratory acidosis is a very serious condition that can occur only in severely ill people (e.g., diabetics) when the regulatory mechanisms fail.

In this case, the situation is so critical that you would not even consider calling an ambulance.It is important to note that the pH level cannot be influenced by diet in such cases. As a result, no alkaline diet or organism deacidification is required.

I won’t be able to build muscles unless I drink protein.

Some people have such a high protein requirement that they would be unable to meet it without the use of protein powders.

It may also be the case in other specific cases where the menu is restricted in some way.

However, the vast majority of people do not require protein powders (or other protein foods) because they can get enough protein from their diet.

Always remember to first adjust the varied composition of your diet (including adequate protein) before dealing with dietary supplements, if necessary.

The glycemic index can help you identify healthy foods.

The glycemic index (GI) is a number that indicates how quickly the body uses glucose from a given food. As a result, it demonstrates how quickly our blood sugar levels rise.

It is necessary to keep the blood sugar level (glycemia) within a certain range in order to avoid large fluctuations in hunger and sweet tooth. That is why we prefer foods with a lower GI, as it does not rise as much.

Whole grain products, for example, meet this requirement. It should be noted, however, that many other factors influence GI. When protein, fat, and fiber are consumed together, the GI is significantly reduced. In most cases, it goes without saying that no one eats the side dish itself, which would otherwise have a higher GI.

As a result, judging the nature of food solely on GI is difficult; we must consider many more variables.

It is only the calories that are important, not the type of food.

That is not the case. Calories, or the energy value of food, only determine whether we will lose, maintain, or gain weight, but the composition and selection of foods in our diet are critical.

Only by eating a diverse range of foods can we ensure that our bodies receive all of the macro- and micronutrients they require.

Without breakfast, I lose all progress and my metabolism slows down.

Even if you skip breakfast, you can achieve good results and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

However, eating breakfast can be beneficial for many people because it alleviates sweet cravings, overeating in the afternoon, a preference for fast food and sweet foods, and, of course, fatigue.

My muscles will not grow if I do not consume protein and a banana immediately following a workout.

Exercise stimulates anabolic processes in the muscles, but it does not do so for only 30 minutes, as is commonly stated, but for hours or days.

Every day, balanced and energy-sufficient meals are important, and it is not necessary to replenish energy (proteins and carbohydrates) immediately after exercise.

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