Raw, unfiltered honey is the best sweetener. It is very easy to digest and provides energy almost instantly as it quickly infiltrates the bloodstream. All the internal organs in the body react positively when raw, unfiltered honey enters the system.
Use raw, unfiltered honey for all the nutritive benefits. Wait until a cup of hot water or tea is at a drinkable temperature and add one teaspoon of raw unfiltered honey. (Wait until drinkable temperature so that valuable nutrients of honey are not destroyed).
Raw, unfiltered honey contains glucose, fructose and sucrose.
The simplest sugar is glucose. Glucose is in the blood of all living beings including fruits and vegetables. Glucose returns oxygen that is exchanged for lactic acid when fatigued and provides energy to all cells in the body.
Fructose builds up tissues because it crystallizes easily, and is a significant supplier of energy for cellular processes.
Sucrose is a combination of glucose and fructose and is found in many plants, especially sugar cane, and sugar beets. Sucrose is extracted from plants and used as ordinary white sugar.
Raw, unfiltered honey contains small amounts of dextrin. Dextrin is a gummy substance and is what makes raw unfiltered honey so digestible.
The human body has thousands of different proteins, all of which are necessary for staying alive and healthy. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. The pollen in raw, unfiltered honey contains all of the 20 different amino acids in nature.
Included in the contents of raw, unfiltered honey are 80 different substances important to human nutrition. Raw, unfiltered honey contains all the B-complex, A, C, D, E, and K vitamins.
Raw, unfiltered honey contains the minerals and trace elements, magnesium, sulfur, phosphorus, iron, calcium, chlorine, potassium, iodine, sodium, copper, and manganese.
Raw, unfiltered honey contains live enzymes, hormones, antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Raw, unfiltered honey’s health benefits could be because of the presence of bee pollen and propolis, but there are even more properties in raw, unfiltered honey that have yet to be identified that may contribute to its effectiveness.
Unlike raw, unfiltered honey, ordinary white sugar is empty of nutrients, and actually robs the body of nutrients in order for it to metabolize.
I BEGIN NOW: To use raw, unfiltered honey in my tea almost everyday.