Honey is far better than what most people perceive...
** Discover the enormous benefits of honey; its pure, natural, and varied tastes.
** This delectable liquid stimulate your taste buds and whet your appetite, its unique taste and aroma has
sprung off many time honor cooking ideas and recipes such as the cannot-be-missed honey baked ham
and honey dips. it tastes good and has a pleasant texture that coats the irritated throat, but perhaps it's
just a little more than a tasty placebo...
** Honey also offers incredible antiseptic, antioxidant and cleansing properties for our body and health,
** Hot beauty and skin care tips for ladies, and amazing healing properties as a head-to-toe remedy, from
eye conjunctivitis to athlete foot.
** Promote healing for cuts, cure ailments and diseases, and correct health disorders for generations after generations.
** It not only fights infection and aids tissue healing but also helps reduce inflammation and scarring.
** used for treating digestive problems such as diarrhea, indigestion, stomach ulcers and gastroenteritis.
How can we miss these important honey nutrition facts when trying to understand what honey is made of and its benefits? Here I have the information: Nectar itself is composed mainly of sucrose and water. Bees add enzymes that create additional chemical compounds, inverting the sucrose into fructose and glucose, and then evaporate the water so that the resulting product will resist spoiling.
• 80% natural sugar -- mostly fructose and glucose. Due to the high level of fructose, honey is sweeter than table sugar.
• 18% water. The less water content the honey has, the better the quality of honey. • 2% minerals, vitamins, pollen and protein.
The vitamins present in honey are B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and certain amino acids. The minerals found in honey include calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. I learnt that "conductivity" is an indirect way of measuring the mineral content of a honey. Manuka honey has a higher than normal conductivity -- about 4 times that of normal flower honeys.