Health Benefits of Honey

In today’s complex world we sometimes forget that the simplest things in life can sometimes be the best things in life. Honey is one of our all too often overlooked miracle foods.

Its sweet nectar has been used for thousands of years to treat everything from the common cold and asthma, to intestinal upset, skin lesions, and burns. Honey is a very powerful medicinal food.

A powerful antioxidant with antibacterial properties honey is well deserving of a more prominent role than it currently occupies in the treatment of today’s health problems. It could sit as comfortably in our medicine chests as it does in the kitchen cupboard.

Composed of natural sugars honey is rich in magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron and phosphate, as well as vitamins C and B. It is more easily digested than complex refined sugars with approximately forty percent less calories than other sugar sources provide. The sugars within honey reduce fatigue and fuel the body with an overall increase of energy and brain funct…

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