50 Incredible Energy And Potential Health Benefits of Honey That Would Have You Thank Bees!



Precious nectar that the pharaohs have already eaten, honey is not only delicious. It also has many nutritional and therapeutic advantages ...


It is one of the oldest foods in human history. Honey appeared on Earth before humans, and bees that live on our planet for several tens of millions of years ... It was already used in Pharaonic Egypt, and played the role of sugar, but it was also used in treatment (burns, wounds ...), cosmetic (skin care) Mummification of the dead. Practices that have continued, since World War I and II, have been applied by nurses to soldiers' wounds in order to speed up healing.


Strong sweetening power


Honey is sugar first and foremost! White sugar as we know it is 99% sucrose, consisting of two molecules, fructose and glucose. It is present in all chlorophyll factories, and it is produced industrially from sugar cane and sugar beet. As for honey, it is no secret to anyone that it is very rich in sugars because it contains an average of 79.5%. But unlike white sugar that is exclusively composed of sucrose, many carbohydrates are included in its composition: the majority of glucose, fructose, maltose, and sucrose ... Moreover, it is the ratio between these different sugars that determines the consistency of honey. welthy in Glucose, it crystallizes. If fructose wins, it remains liquid. So, to sweeten yogurt, don't hesitate: a spoonful of honey is perfect. The only contraindication is related to diabetics: Due to the high level of glucose in honey, honey has a high potential for hyperglycemia.


Nectar energy and protection


It is pure concentration of energy! With more than 300 calories per 100 grams, it is a bulwark against the blow of the bar and can have positive effects in low spirits. In the event of a cold, it relieves a sore throat and its virtues against sleep disturbances are often mentioned.



It also contains most minerals, such as magnesium, potassium, zinc, manganese, silicon, and sulfur, but also vitamins (C and B) and enzymes that strengthen the metabolism and immune system with anti-inflammatory effect. But its primary concern is the presence of antioxidants such as polyphenols and antibiotics called persistent, which provide good protection for the body's cells.




Other my products


Finally, know that all bee products have interesting health benefits. Royal jelly, the food intended for the queen - which explains her meager harvest and high price - is very rich in proteins and vitamins (Group B). It helps fight viral infections and fatigue ... Propolis, a substance that bees collect on the buds of a particular tree, and it appears to be beneficial against respiratory infections. Flower pollen, a male component of flowering plants, is a dietary supplement very rich in amino acids.


Its health assets


High sweetening power. 1 teaspoon is enough to sweeten yogurt, compared to 1.5 to 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar.



A natural antibiotic.




Which honey to choose?


Beware of honey from China or other Asian countries where unnatural traces of antibiotics and pesticide residues have been found! Honey made in France complies with current regulations, as it is prohibited to add any additives or sugars, especially industrial syrups. Choose a pot that displays the contact details of the product, the ideal thing to use from a local beekeeper.


Label Rouge honey is premium quality honey with strict specifications in terms of storage and packaging. As for certified organic honey, its highly controlled preparation method excludes heating to extract it from the hive frames. But be aware that bees will not only feed on organic flowers!


Aside from the classic acacia honey, lavender, or all the flowers, some of them have interesting flavors to discover.



Fir honey. Rare, precious, dark in color, the smell is pronounced slightly balsamic. Antiseptic and anti-blood.



Heather honey. Often harvested at a height, it crystallizes slowly. Delicately scented, it has a beautiful amber color.



Honey from nuts. Mouth rich, it features a range of flavors, from the sweetest (lavender) to the strongest (heather).



++ Her rΓ©sumΓ©: 327 kcal / 100g proteins 0.5g fats: 0g carbohydrates 79.8g crumbs 0g

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