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Harvest Natural Honey and Yogurt - probiotics

Both honey and yogurt are packed with probiotics, which are basically live bacteria and yeasts that aid in digestion and keeps your gut healthy. They’re also called the “good bacteria.”

Yogurt contains probiotic lactobacillus, is good for reduce diarrhea or an upset stomach .

Honey is said to contain probiotic bacteria that is endemic among honey bees!

Honey and yogurt are incredibly healthy foods that offer different health benefits when consumed. Both provide different health promoting abilities and when combined together become an immunity and digestive boosting powerhouse.

When choosing yogurt, try to consume plain and unsweetened yogurt if possible to keep down calories and sugar. Green yogurt would also be a great choice

As for honey, raw organic varieties are best as this has highest antioxidant concentrations.

Uses of consuming honey and yogurt consistently

1. Yogurt and honey are a nutrient and antioxidant powerhouse.

This mixtures provides many different types of vitamins, minerals and antioxidant that can promote our overall health

Raw Honey is incredibly rich in the high quality and potent antioxidants. It includes organic acids, flavanoids and phenols.

Honey contains bioactive plant compounds and trace of vital nutrients yogahurt

Yogurt contains high levels of calcium, vitamin B12, phosphorus, magnesium and riboflavin along with Probiotic compounds.

This mixture can also promote the health of our heart many different ways.

Honey is loaded with antioxidant compounds that can help to lower both blood pressure and the risks associated with heart disease

It can also help to improve cholesterol levels in the body by lowering total and LDL cholesterol , while significantly raising good HDL cholesterol.

Honey can also help to lower blood triglyceride concentrations, a major risk factor for heart disease.

Yogurt reduce high blood pressure. Yogurt is also heart healthy, it can reduce high blood pressure since it is a good source of potassium and other nutrients.

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