10 Blackstrap Molasses Benefits That Will Convince You To Get A Jar

An ingredient that can most likely be found in your pantry is blackstrap molasses, which is a thick, dark syrup. It is made when sugar cane plants are processed to make sugar. Even though the refined sugar is largely considered unhealthy, the thick, syrup of molasses holds minerals and nutrients that are absorbed by the plant. These minerals and nutrients include: Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, Vitamin B6, Copper and Selenium. Molasses also has no fat, cholesterol and barely any sodium. Therefore, it can be consumed by a diabetic person. It is important to consume this product in moderation, so therefore no more than one tablespoon per day.
Here are the top 10 health benefits of blackstrap molasses:
1. Prevents Anemia
2. Reduces Menstrual Problems
3. Cures Constipation and Improves Other Digestive Problems
4. Improves Heart Health
5. Combats Stress
6. Prevents Cancer
7. Increases Stamina and Energy
8. Maintains Strong Muscles and Bones
9. Improves Sleep
10. Maintains Hair Health
It is important that when you buy blackstrap molasses, that you purchase only molasses that is organic and unsulfured. Unsulfured blackstrap molasses is free of Sodium Dioxide and therefore does not cause allergic reactions in your body.
Now, we are curious. Have you consumed blackstrap molasses for any of these reasons? Do you plan to add blackstrap molasses to your daily regime? Comment below and let us know. If you have tried it, what was your outcome? If you are planning to add it to your diet, let us know what you think.
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