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Health Benefits of Honey

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Nothing beats a cup of hot apple cider or hot tea on a cold winter’s night. Before you reach for the sugar bowl or the sugar substitute bowl to sweeten your drink, think about using honey in place of that sugar. While infants and toddlers shouldn’t eat honey, adults can get a number of benefits from this sweet substance. Use honey in place of jelly on a peanut butter sandwich, as a natural sweetener or even to add a touch of sweetness to your favorite main dish.

Put the Brakes on Toxins

Research shows that honey may have some antibacterial properties that reduce certain illnesses in humans. You can catch a staph infection at home, at work or even in your doctor’s office, and you can pick up certain airborne toxins from the foods that you eat. Studies found that honey has certain properties that can actually kill those toxins and keep certain forms of bacteria from growing and spreading.

Get More Energy

Many people think of honey as a sweetener. Honey can give you the same rush of energy that you get from a sugary drink or snack without that harsh sugar crash. Within a few short hours of your body breaking down that sugar, you’ll feel yourself growing more tired and having problems concentrating. Honey provides a natural boost of energy that can make you feel more alert and awake. Keep a few individual size servings of honey in your desk for your afternoon crash, or try downing a tablespoon of honey before you head to the gym.

Improve Your Immune System

Give your immune system the boost that it needs to survive cold and flu season this year. Honey is one of the few natural products that will improve your immune system with regular consumption. One of the reasons why it appears in so many cleanse recipes is because it rids the body of impurities and improves the functions of your body. No wonder so many people use honey in place of sugar every day.

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