A Natural Remedy for Better Health and Wellness
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Too much sugar can be bad for our health. Not only can it make us overweight and sluggish, but it can also contribute to many diseases including diabetes, atherosclerosis, and vascular disease. But what can we do? Sugar is everywhere - and the simple truth is that food manufacturers are concerned more about profit than consumer health.
As with most things, nature appears to have provided the solution: honey. The medicinal properties of honey have been recognized for literally hundreds of years, but until recently, they have been nothing more than folklore. However, this is beginning to change. Over the last 20-30 years, scientists have discovered that there is real truth to the belief that honey is good for your health. Honey has been revealed to have a high antioxidant content and contain a unique blend of sugars, vitamins, and other ingredients. We know now that consuming honey can offer not only sweetness, but the chance for a healthier life.
About the Author
Lynne is a Nutrition Scientist who has been researching the health benefits of honey and other natural foods for nearly 15 years, and has amassed a number of publications in this area. She has worked with the Honey Research Unit at Waikato University in New Zealand for several years, during which she investigated the effects that honey can have on different aspects of health as compared to other sugars.