Health Benefits of Cinnamon and Honey

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  1. Marlaine says:

    That’s really interesting! I knew that cinnamon was good for you and that honey was also good for you, but putting them together making them every BETTER? That’s pretty amazing, really! The sum is greater than the value of the parts!
    My daughter loves to have honey on bread for breakfast… perhaps I’ll try sprinkling a bit of cinnamon on there for her too!

  2. Asen says:

    Hello there,

    Thank you for bringing on the table the great, positive, healthy aspect of the honey and the cinnamon.
    My grandfather is a honey producer and I can say that I am lucky for that because I am regularly supplied with the precious good.
    I love the combination of honey with cinnamon because it makes the taste even better.
    Can you suggest some nice recipes with honey?

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hello Asen, of course.
      You can find some of the honey recipes HERE.
      Soon, we will have more recipes, so please visit Sweet Honey site again.

  3. carol says:

    Hi Jelena,

    I love your article whenever someone talks about health benefits using natural ingredients is awesome. I never thought to use them together. I know they say to use cinnamon to help with sugar detox and to help with diabetes. Now, making that simple mixture with all the benefits that come from it is something I am going to make part of my daily routine. Thanks again Jelena.

    Carol

    • JelenaBB says:

      Dear Cerol,
      there are many ways to consume honey and comet together. In the morning, you can put a spoon of honey on wholemeal bread and sprinkle with cinnamon, or make some candy with both ingredients. I recommend you to try the muffins with a honey and cinnamon. The recipe is HERE

  4. Rob S. says:

    Honey is so good for you. I never tried it before I started with ways to lower my blood sugar. I love cinnamon and that combined with honey has excellent health benefits. It works for inflammation and diabetes. I know that it helps with cholesterol levels and allergies too, Honey is now in with my cinnamon every day. Are there any other health benefits for honey? Is it bad to take too much?

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hello Rob,

      I see that you are very familiar with the properties of the medical benefits of honey. You already mentioned the many benefits of using honey. What most people know about is that honey is an excellent remedy during sneezing and coughing, as well as in a number of clinics used organic honey to treat wounds. Less is known to include honey contains flavonoids that help reduce the risk of some sort of cancer and heart disease.

      There is no fear of the bad consequence of the excessive intake of honey, except for the number of calories. It is recommended to take 2 to 6 teaspoons of honey daily. Consuming more than 6 teaspoons a day can lead to weight gain. If you really love honey and want to consume a greater quantity, reduce the daily intake of other sugars.

  5. Tim says:

    I’ve been using honey for years to combat my hay-fever. I have nasty allergy symptoms year round and so the easiest thing for me to do is to add a spoonful of honey into my cup of coffee every morning. I like to get raw organic honey and I see you like that as well! Side note – Have you seen the new cheerios boxes with Buzz missing from it? #bringbackthebees

    • JelenaBB says:

      Hi Tim,

      #bringbackthebees has done an excellent campaign in order to increase awareness about the importance of bees. The fact is that the bees are dying around the world. One consequence of the reduced number of bees is to increase the price of honey, but what is much more important than that is that bees are a very important link in the human diet, because they have an important role in pollinating many of our fruits, nuts, and vegetables. These prime pollinators are responsible for one-third of the food we eat.

      Thank you for this comment, you just gave me the idea to write a longer post information on the preservation of the bees and their importance to the planet.

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