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Superfood definition:

 

A food product that…

  • has withstood the test of time,
  • has known benefits and no known downsides,
  • that is versatile and makes food nutritions & healthy

Honey is One of the oldest medicines

mediterrasean-history

Honey is much more than just a sweetener.It has been used in the treatment of respiratory diseases, skin ulcers, wounds, urinary diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff.
Today, we know the validity of these timeless treatments as research has demonstrated that honey can inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeast, fungi, and viruses.

As you may know, the process of making honey begins when bees feast on flowers and collect nectar in their mouths. The bees mix the nectar and enzymes in their saliva to turn it into honey, which is then stored in combs in the hive. The constant movement of the bees’ wings promotes moisture evaporation and yields the thick syrup we enjoy.

A key point to remember with honey is that its antioxidant ability can vary widely depending on the floral source and its processing. The phenolic content of the honey depends on the pollen the bees have used as raw material. There’s a very simple way to determine how healthy a particular jar is: its color. In general, the darker the honey, the higher the level of antioxidants. There can be a 20-fold difference in the antioxidant activity, as one test revealed. For example, Illinois buckwheat honey, the darkest variety tested, had 20 times the antioxidant activity of California sage, one of the lightest-colored honeys tested. Overall, color predicted more than 60 percent of the variation in honey’s antioxidant capacity.


 



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