Why you should choose raw honey and propolis to keep up your health?
Have you ever wondered what are the differences between natural raw honey and regular honey - except maybe the texture?
The answer is very simple. Raw honey does not contain any other ingredients than pure honey, with all the good vitamins and nutrients in it - because it goes to the jar pretty much straight from the beehive.
Instead, some regular honey products that you find from the grocery store contain added sweeteners such as high-fructose corn syrup. They also might contain a mixture of honey from various honey producers all over the world - but not all information is necessarily provided in the labels.
But you want to know what you eat, right? And you want to eat as clean and nutritious as possible?
Regular honey goes through a variety of processing where it is refined, filtered, heated and treated - and this may remove beneficial nutrients like pollen and reduce its level of the important antioxidants, not to mention added sugar.
The untreated raw honey retains most of these beneficial nutrients and antioxidants and keeps the product pure and natural.
So to get all the healthy benefits from the honey, and to know what you really are eating, choose the raw honey instead of the store bought regular products.
Over 300 reasons to take propolis
Propolis is a totally natural bee-made product created to protect their natural living environment. There are over 300 reasons to use this natural immune booster.
Propolis has not only proven to have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral but also anti-inflammatory properties.
This so called nature’s own antibiotics comprises over 300 natural compounds, including amino acids, coumarins, phenolic aldehydes, polyphenols, sequiterpene quinines and steroids.
Want to know more about propolis? Read from here: Propolis and five of it’s health benefits?
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