Recently I stumbled upon some “interesting” article published in a popular articles network that criticizes Honey and Cinnamon for Weight Loss in a way that is so lame that I got really pissed. Obviously the article’s author has never read about the hundreds of people worldwide, who have lost pounds with the Honey and Cinnamon Drink and for those athletes who keep themselves in great shape using the Honey and The Hibernation Diet by Mike McInnes.
The author obviously hasn’t read anything from Mike McInnes – the creator of the Honey and The Hibernation Diet – who is explaining very thoroughly the exact effect of honey over human body: “Honey, prior to bed, optimizes liver glycogen plenitude via fructose and glucose uptake, honey activates sleep via insulin and melatonin, honey promotes optimal recovery (fat burning)…” so in fact honey optimizes liver glycogen plenitude, doesn’t rise it up to the sky like the article’s author claims.
In the comments to the Benefits of Honey for Fat Loss Mike McInnes himself has explained in short the basic principles of the Hibernation Diet, the numerous benefits of honey, and the ways it could improve our overall health.
Anyway, I wouldn’t like to make this post written out of anger because some guy somewhere criticizes the honey and cinnamon for weight loss.
I know my regular reader and I know how many of them have actually lost pounds and have improved their health after taking the honey and cinnamon drink. Only a very few have reported minimal or no results. That’s normal of course there is no universal cure to work for everybody and that’s not only for weight loss, that’s a general truth.
Remember my articles about honey and cinnamon explaining why honey is so beneficial and why cinnamon is a true miracle: