Genuine Mānuka Honey can be enjoyed as a part of your daily wellness ritual, either straight from the spoon or swirled into hot water or tea.
Adding this liquid gold to your routine is the perfect complement to your natural health and well-being.
Mānuka Honey is a wonderful, natural substitute for refined sugar. Mānuka Honey has a lower glycaemic index (GI) value than refined sugar. Lower GI foods generally will produce more minor fluctuations in your blood glucose and insulin levels and provide a slower release of energy, allowing your body to sustain energy for longer.
Mānuka Honey can be used as an
ingredient in homemade face masks. Mānuka honey is a hygroscopic substance which means it attracts and retains moisture and can aid absorption of water vapour. The natural hydrating capability of Mānuka honey makes it a key ingredient in many cosmetics and as such it has become popular for some users to include in their own facial rituals.
If you are suffering from a sore throat, Mānuka honey may help provide some relief, the thick consistency helps to coat the throat. Recent studies observing the effects of consuming Mānuka honey on Streptococcus mutans, a type of bacteria responsible for sore throats, found a possible link to a significant decrease in the bacteria after participants had consumed Mānuka honey.
National Library of Medicine PubMed Article
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Mānuka honey may support your microbiome as a prebiotic. Prebiotics are foods that we can eat to help our natural probiotics flourish. Mānuka honey produces prebiotics called fructo-oligosaccharides which can help keep essential stomach probiotics healthy and effective.
Institute of Food Science & Technology Article
Mānuka honey is sweeter than sugar, if you’re still looking for inspiration on how to use Mānuka honey, when baking, switch sugar for a half measure of honey and reduce the oven temperature by 15°C to prevent it from browning too much.
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