Did you know that the human body is designed to have more taste buds for sweet than any other taste means – we are physiologically designed to eat natural sweets and starches.
Honey creamed (raw) unpasteurized: Has been used for centuries and is considered nature’s perfect food as it is in perfect balance and harmony (Yin and Yang). To date, there are over 4,357 medical studies on the healing effects of honey: 1,194 related to honey as treatment and 132 related to the antioxidants in honey. Raw honey is one of the few foods to help slow the depletion of enzymes through the ingestion of amylase. Amylase breaks down sugars and carbohydrates, thereby slowing aging, and supports restorative properties for damaged skin.
Honey will raise the blood calcium two hours after ingestion and will stay in the body for up to twenty-four hours. Honey is a magnet for water. Honey and fruit sugars in their unadulterated state (raw) are among the only sugars accepted by the body for glucose storage in the brain and liver.
Key ingredients: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, Vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron manganese, sulphur, zinc, phosphate. Good as an energy boost for endurance and reducing muscle fatigue. Carbohydrates in the form of glucose and fructose – 1 tbsp. equals 17 grams of carbohydrates. Supports good bacteria – bifidobacteria which is efficient for digestion and is alkaline-forming similar to ingredients found in fruits. Does not ferment in the stomach and is used to counteract indigestion. Can treat allergies by promoting a strong immune system. Constant use of honey strengthens white blood corpuscles to fight bacteria and viral diseases. Also known to help with relieving morning sickness, sore throats and laryngitis. Can prevent anemia, is a sedative and useful in bed-wetting disorders, lowers total cholesterol but increases HDL (good) cholesterol. Also helps with minor wounds, eczema, canker sores and acne. Honey is not suggested for children under the age of 1 year.
Bee Pollen: Food of the young bee that contains approximately 40% protein. Also considered one of nature’s most complete nourishing foods. Percentage of rejuvenating elements in bee pollen exceeds those present in brewer’s yeast and wheat germ. Considered an energy and nutritive tonic in Chinese medicine. Improves endurance and vitality, extends longevity, aids in recovery from chronic illness, regulates the intestines, builds new blood and prevents infectious diseases such as colds and flu. Rich in proteins, free amino acids and vitamins including B-complex and folic acid. Strengthens the capillaries and is extremely rich in rutin and has a high content of nucleics RNA/DNA.