Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast, it’s great to be alive. On this feeling good day we discuss how raw, unprocessed, local honey can help prevent allergy symptoms. Not only is honey a delicious treat — but it can help you this allergy season!
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[1:04] Go to carsonnatural.com/resources for a variety of free resources to help you live a more healthy and vibrant life.
[1:24] So thankful that some of the rain is washing away the pollen! Today’s question is: “How can a honeybee save me from this allergy misery?” And the answer is: Yes! A honeybee can help combat these crazy pollen allergies.
[2:06] Raw, unprocessed, local honey can help prevent allergy symptoms. Dr. Phil highly recommends it if you are interested in trying it.
[3:00] Honey treats allergies in a similar way to getting an allergy shot. When you adjust local honey, you’re ingesting local pollen which makes you less sensitive to the pollen.
[3:27] In 2013 a study was done on the effectiveness of local honey on the symptoms of rhinitis which put a lot of validity behind the use of local honey to help allergies.
[5:00] Another study, directed at improving birch pollen allergies, found that patients experienced 60% reduction in symptoms.
[6:11] Have you ever tried local honey to treat allergies? Send Dr. Phil an email to let him know if it has or hasn’t worked for you.
[7:00] Consuming the honey before allergy season begins (and continuing throughout) provides the best benefits.
[7:23] Dr. Phil’s notes of cautions: Do not give honey to babies under 1 years old, and if you’re diabetic eat the honey with a meal and keep a watch on your blood sugar levels.
[8:07] Dr. Phil’s free, comprehensive resource on allergies: CarsonNatural.com/BeatAllergies.
[8:43] This episode’s Feeling Good Superheroes are all of the beekeepers that are doing an awesome job out there with the bee population, keeping bees healthy, and producing raw, unprocessed, delicious honey! Thanks to all the hardworking beekeepers — keep up the good work!
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