Raw Honey!

It's all in the processing. That's how I look at my foods today. Foods are so misunderstood, because we as a society have mislead by the age of industrialism. We industrialize everything nowadays. Salt, by example, is a vital substance our bodies need, has become a big no-no, simply because of wide-spread processing of it that renders it hazardous to health in large quantities. Fats have become dangerous because of the hydrogenation process (trans-fat). Our foods have become a science experience gone haywire, and we, the guinea pigs are the ones who suffer.

So, my first determination in assessing the food I eat and share with my loved ones are, what is the process and how does it compare (it's processed state) to it's original state?

Raw honey absolutely deserves some recognition and differentiation from it's processed counterpart. It is considered to be a super food of sorts, full of benefits when used in it's original state.

Here are some raw honey facts:

  • Full of Antioxidants
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Full of Flavonoids
  • Full of Enzymes
  • Contain Bee Pollen 
Here's what NaturalNews.com had to say about raw honey...

Honey has been shown to have an antimicrobial effect against bacteria and other unwanted invaders. Raw honey is being used by doctors in the UK to treat mouth and throat cancer patients to reduce their chances of contracting bacterial infections. It has also been used to speed up the healing of wounds caused by Caesarean sections as well as other types of wounds.

Here is some good news for  you! My next giveaway will be a prize of a jar of raw honey, just for you to try and implement into your food lifestyle! Follow me on GFC so you don't miss the announcement!



Sources:
NaturalNews
Benefits of Honey

Comments

  1. I love raw honey. Great blog. I'm a new follower.

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