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Honey Water 101

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Honey water is a drink that you may have heard of, but you may know very little to nothing about. The truth is honey water is easy to make, easy to mix, and offers a number of benefits especially for those people on a weight loss journey. If you are thinking of using honey water, or at least trying it, in your diet then consider these key points about the drink and how to use it properly.   Making Honey Water   Making honey water is very easy. The key thing to remember is the amount of honey you start...

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Herbal Teas That Taste Great With Honey

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If you are a tea drinker, you may be wondering what teas you can easily add honey too without making them too sweet. Though there are the traditional black teas, there are other teas that taste great with honey. Here are a few of those teas and how you can easily make them yourself or how to make them without having them turn out too sweet.   Fruit Based Teas   Most fruit based herbal teas taste great with honey. You can make these yourself fairly easily by just using citrus based fruits or dried fruits like strawberries. Boil water,...

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Health Benefits of Raw Honey

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 Raw Honey: Good For Your Gut And Rich For The Body Raw honey is something you see in many DIY recipes and health food recipes. Unfortunately, most of these recipes do not tell you why the honey is added or the benefits it will have to your body as a whole. This may leave you wondering why you should add it, why you should use specifically raw honey, and what benefits it is going to give to your body. Here are a few of the answers that may help you make the choice for raw honey in the future.  ...

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Bee Pollen

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ÔĽŅ Bee Pollen¬† Bee pollen¬†is the¬†pollen ball¬†that has been packed by worker¬†honeybees¬†into pellets.¬†Bee bread¬†is also the bee¬†pollen¬†with added¬†honey¬†and bee secretions and stored in¬†brood cells,¬†chambers of honeybees or of wood and mud created by female ground-nesting (such as the Leafcutting Bee)¬†bees.¬†With the¬†Leafcutting Bee, when the pollen ball is complete, a single female lays an egg on top of the pollen ball, and seals the brood cell.¬†Pollen balls are harvested as food for humans. Bee pollen is sometimes referred to as¬†ambrosia, whereas with¬†honey bees, the thing to keep in mind is that the forager bees that gather pollen do not eat it...

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Honey / AKA--- Liquid Gold

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Honey ---AKA Liquid Gold--- is a food product with one of the highest nutritional value. It contains minerals such as iron, chloride, calcium, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium and vitamins (A,B,C,K,PP,H).The honey contains 22 out of the 24 elements that makes up our blood." It is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life, including enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and water and even more, it’s the only food that contains pinocembrin, an antioxidant associated with improved brain functioning. Honey is also the only food that doesn’t spoil. It was found in Tutankhamun’s tomb, ans it was still edible. It crystallizes in couple of months after harvest, but...

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