Okay, so we’ll call it: The past two years were coincidental. This is the year we at long last beginning practicing good eating habits and getting in shape. Probably. Maybe. Let’s see.
Raw and unfiltered Sidr honey can be helpful if you’re ready to start eating healthier like we are. Yes, eating a lot of sugary food can help you lose weight. It only matters when and how you eat it.
When to Consume Honey Anytime You Feel the Need for Sugar At this point, the science is clear on carbohydrates. Even though you don’t have to completely eliminate them to lose weight, the typical American diet is clearly too high in carbohydrates. In particular, simple sugars have little nutritional value and are risky if consumed excessively. They usually make you feel like you aren’t eating at all, which encourages you to eat more.
A sugary soda, tea, or coffee is an easy example. These drinks rarely serve as a meal replacement because they contain hundreds of calories and hundreds of grams of sugar. Try having a spoonful of honey on its own the next time you want something sweet, followed by something sweet, like black coffee or sparking water.
You won’t be tempted to eat more sugar as you get your sugar fix, and you won’t have to worry about counting calories. A tablespoon of honey only has about 63 calories, whereas a can of soda can have more than 140 calories and a mocha or frappe can have more than 250 calories. To put things in perspective, one tablespoon of honey is a significant amount—essentially, a mouthful. Even if it’s your favorite variety, that’s probably more than you can eat at once.
Honey Consumption: A Little at a Time, Always This tip is a little more difficult metabolically, but it all comes down to a straightforward rule for weight loss: Eat honey frequently throughout the day, starting when you wake up and continuing until just before you go to bed. Although eating sugar is the most natural thing you can do for your body, the idea that it could help you lose weight is counterintuitive.
Fructose and glucose—two of the most common simple sugars—along with sucrose and lactose—there are many more—make up Multiflora Honey. They are an ideal fuel source for the body and brain when consumed in very small amounts—much less than a sugary soft drink or dessert. They may lead to a sugar crash, headache, and weight gain when taken in large quantities.
You will have fewer sugar crashes and energy peaks throughout the day if you regularly feed your body and brain honey. These are examples of metabolic stress, which can result in inflammation and a variety of diseases that affect the entire body, according to the Honey Doctor, Dr. Ron Fessenden.
You can achieve the desired outcome without resorting to a crash diet or making significant lifestyle changes if you consider your health holistically rather than merely attempting weight loss. It’s amazing what can be achieved by taking better care of yourself.