The nutritional value of honey

Honey is rich in vitamin B, vitamin D, vitamin E, fructose, glucose, maltose, sucrose, high-quality protein, potassium, sodium, iron, natural spices, lactic acid, malic acid, amylase, oxidative enzymes and a variety of elements. Of the lungs and cough, laxative, detoxifies a significant effect.

The main component of honey glucose and fructose (content of 65% to 80%), easily absorbed and used by the body, in addition, it also contains many essential amino acids, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, iron and phosphorus.



Eat honey to achieve rid of toxins, the effect of beauty beauty, the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and neurasthenia is also very good.

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  1. Kristie Campbell

    Thank you so much for this tip, I e-mailed your post to a few girlfriends and they loved it also. Keep up the great work, I’m really enjoying your blog- Kristie