The Goodness of Natural Foods....

When it comes to ailments, the last thing one thinks of is turning to the most natural of foods for a remedy. With the pharmaceutical industry spending billions of dollars on promotion and advertising, and trying to persuade you to buy the next best drugs for colds and flu, often we overlook the goodness of natural foods.

Two such foods that have always been known for their natural benefits are cinnamon and honey (read raw unprocessed honey here), but have you ever considered combining the two ingredients to make one concoction? In this ever changing world, a world where our self-health is attracting a greater focus, natural food specialists are slowly converting thousands of health conscious people to organic, raw, and natural foods as an alternative and successful way to combat disease and illness.

Combined, honey and cinnamon become a powerful force in the prevention of serious illness. Take a look at the previously proven benefits that follow and see if some of these are useful to you;

  • Reduces Cholesterol

  • Acts as a remedy for Cardiovascular disease

  • Assists in the treatment of chronic Arthritis

  • Fights Gallbladder infections

  • Fights Colds, Coughs and Sinus problems

  • Helps strengthen the Immune System

Of course at Olives&Oils we aren't medics when it comes to these well researched findings, but we can play our part in helping ensure that our customers continue on a healthy path. As we run up to Christmas still, our shelves are stocked up with natural raw local honey directly from the farm at Amroth, Pembrokeshire, and is available in both a set state or in loose form. As for cinnamon? See for above – available and all tied with festive ribbon. Now you have no excuse to to fall ill during Christmas....unless of course you ate too much!

Happy eating...

P.S. Our Christmas & New Year Opening times are as follows;

Open every Sunday 11.00 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.

Wed, 23rd Dec 07.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Thurs 24th Christmas Eve 07.30 a.m. - 1.30 p.m.

Open again as normal 29th - 31st December

Closed 1st - 4th January 2016