Honey: Raw, Manuka, Tupelo and More!

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Beware the bear: the cute plastic bear that contains your honey may not contain all the health benefits you might expect. The honey found in most supermarkets, is usually heated and filtered and is not much more than a low glycemic alternative to sucrose. But raw honey can benefit your health in a variety of ways, including boosting the immune system, supporting proper cardiovascular function and healthy digestion and more. Also includes descriptions of different honey varieties, including Manuka, Tupelo, ...
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Overview


Beware the bear: the cute plastic bear that contains your honey may not contain all the health benefits you might expect. The honey found in most supermarkets, is usually heated and filtered and is not much more than a low glycemic alternative to sucrose. But raw honey can benefit your health in a variety of ways, including boosting the immune system, supporting proper cardiovascular function and healthy digestion and more. Also includes descriptions of different honey varieties, including Manuka, Tupelo, buckwheat, heather and more, with details about the health benefits and taste profiles of each.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580542012
  • Publisher: Woodland Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/1/2012
  • Pages: 40
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Debbie Neumayer has worked as senior copywriter for high profile companies in the natural health products industry, researching and writing articles on a wide range of health and medical subjects. She is the co-author of Today's Herbal Health for Women with Louise Tenney.
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Table of Contents

Honey: Nature's Liquid Gold 5

Inside the Beehive: Home Sweet Home 5

The Buzzing Beehive 6

Why Does Honey Crystallize? 6

Beware of the Bear 7

Not All Honey is Equal 8

Organic Honey 9

Honey Grades 9

What to Look For 10

Nutritional Benefits of Honey 11

More Than a Sweetener 11

Sugars 11

The Glycemic Index 12

Enzymes 13

Minerals 14

Amino Acids 15

Flavonoids 15

Antioxidants 16

Apitherapy: Medicinal Uses of Honey 16

Prebiotic and Probiotic Effects 16

Antimicrobial Properties 18

Wound Healing 19

Burns 20

Immune Support 22

Allergies 22

Ulcers 23

Energy Booster 23

Coughs and Sore Throat 24

A Dynamic Duo-Honey and Cinnamon 25

Honey: The Skin's Best Friend 26

Honey's Varied Colors, Flavors and Forms 28

Honey Varieties 29

Manuka Honey 30

Quality Grading of Manuka Honey 30

Anticancer Properties 31

Cosmetic Benefits 32

Other Honey Varieties 32

Acacia Honey 32

Alfalfa Honey 33

Blueberry Honey 33

Buckwheat Honey 33

Clover Honey 33

Eucalyptus (Blue Gum) Honey 34

Heather Honey 34

Orange Blossom Honey 34

Sage Honey 35

Tupelo Honey 35

White Gold Honey 36

Wildflower Honey 36

Proper Storage 37

Safety Considerations 37

Other Gifts From the Hive 37

References 38

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