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BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 5:24pm On Jan 07, 2019

*Weight loss*
Honey boosts your metabolism, which is essential for weight loss.

*Clearer skin*
Honey is an excellent antioxidant, which means its regular consumption will cleanse your body of various toxins.

*Lowered cholesterol level*
Honey has no cholesterol at all. Quite the contrary: its constituent components and vitamins contribute to decreasing levels of cholesterol.

*Stronger heart*
Research shows that the antioxidants contained in honey can prevent arteries from narrowing. Narrowing of the arteries may lead to cardiac failure, stroke, memory deterioration, or headaches.

*Improved memory*
Other research demonstrates the ability of honey to fight stress, restore the cellular antioxidant defense system, and as a consequence, improve memory. Besides, the calcium contained in honey is easily ingested by the brain, which has a beneficial effect on its functioning.

*Promotes quality sleep*
The sugar contained in honey increases the level of insulin in the blood, which then releases serotonin. Serotonin is further transformed into melatonin, a hormone that promotes quality sleep.

*Cleanses the digestive tract*
Honey is a strong antiseptic, so it’s recommended to eat a spoonful of honey on an empty stomach. This simple ritual helps to prevent various diseases associated with the digestive tract. Besides, while passing through the stomach, honey destroys germs and heals small wounds in the mucous membrane.

*Soothes the nerves, alleviating numerous psychological disorders*
Honey helps to soothe the nerves and relieve fatigue and other psychological disorders.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 7:13pm On Jan 23, 2019

1. Reduces chances of cancer and other serious illnesses

Honey contains antioxidants which reduce your chances of certain types of cancer as well as heart disease.

2. Good for the digestive system

If you suffer from indigestion, incorporating honey into your diet is definitely one way to get your digestive system back in working order as it neutralizes gases and relieves acidity.

3. Boosts your immune system

With plenty of vitamins and enzymes which protect the body against infection, honey is great for when you’re feeling under the weather.

4. Gives you energy

A spoonful of honey isn’t just good for a sore throat and a sweet tooth, it also gives you an energy boost.

5. Good for your skin

This is one food that is great for your skin and helps prevent blemishes.



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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 9:52am On Feb 15, 2019

The same way as you would use any other cleanser, by applying it directly to your skin and rinsing thoroughly with warm water. But before your get started, it’s important to make sure you’re using the right type of honey.

Not just any pantry squeeze bottle will do – it needs to be raw or unfiltered honey. This means that it has been minimally processed and has not been pasteurized.

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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 11:30am On Mar 02, 2019
It takes about 60,000 bees, collectively traveling up to 55,000 miles and visiting more than 2 million flowers, to gather enough nectar to make one pound of honey

Choose raw, unfiltered honey for medicinal properties; most honey on the market is highly processed and may even contain additives like corn syrup.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 6:11pm On Mar 14, 2019

Raw honey is best described as honey “as it exists in the beehive”.

It is made by extracting honey from the honeycombs of the hive and pouring it over a mesh or nylon cloth to separate the honey from impurities like beeswax and dead bees.

Once strained, raw honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 9:34am On Apr 04, 2019

Honeycomb is a natural product made by honey bees to store honey and pollen or house their larvae.

It consists of a series of hexagonal cells constructed from beeswax which generally contain raw honey.

Raw honey differs from commercial honey because it’s not pasteurized or filtered.

Honeycomb may also contain some bee pollen, propolis, and royal jelly — additional bee products with potential health benefits of their own.

You can eat the whole honeycomb, including the honey and waxy cells surrounding it.

The raw honey has a more textured consistency than filtered honey. In addition, the waxy cells can be chewed as a gum.

Honeycomb is a natural product made by bees to store their larvae, honey, and pollen. All of the honeycomb can be eaten — including the waxy cells and raw honey they contain.
Rich in Certain Nutrients

Because it hasn’t been processed, raw honey contains enzymes like glucose oxidase, which give honey antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.

Polyphenols are honey’s main type of antioxidant. Research suggests that they may help reduce your risk of diabetes, dementia, heart disease, and even certain types of cancer.

Honeycomb also contains beeswax, which provides heart-healthy long-chain fatty acids and alcohols. These compounds may help lower cholesterol levels.

Raw honey and beeswax are the two main components of honeycomb. Raw honey is rich in enzymes and antioxidants, while beeswax contains long-chain fatty acids and alcohols — all of which may benefit your well-being.

May Promote Heart Health

*Honeycomb may boost your heart health.*

Research shows that the long-chain fatty acids and alcohols found in beeswax may reduce high blood cholesterol levels, a risk factor for heart disease.

For instance, one review notes that beeswax alcohols may help lower “bad” LDL cholesterol by up to 29% while raising “good” HDL cholesterol by 8–15%.

Furthermore, honey’s antioxidants may help dilate the arteries leading to your heart. In turn, this may increase blood flow and lower blood pressure, potentially reducing your risk of blood clots, heart attack, and stroke.

Honeycomb may benefit your heart by increasing blood flow and “good” HDL cholesterol levels while lowering blood pressure, triglycerides, and “bad” LDL cholesterol.
May Protect Against Infections

*Honeycomb may boost your body’s ability to fight certain bacteria and fungi.*

For instance, test-tube studies show that beeswax extracts may offer protection against fungi and disease-causing bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, Salmonella enterica,and E. coli.

Honey is also known for its antimicrobial properties. Research indicates that it may help protect your gut against the intestinal parasite Giardia lamblia.

Honeycomb may strengthen your body’s defenses against fungi and some types of disease-causing bacteria. It may also help protect your gut against certain parasites.

*May Reduce Coughing in Children*

Honeycomb may also help reduce coughing in children.

Children are prone to upper respiratory tract infections which can cause coughing.

Honeycomb is rich in honey, which may help reduce coughing in children. However, it shouldn’t be given to children under one year old due to the risk of botulism.

*Potential Sugar Alternative for People With Diabetes*

Honeycomb may be a good alternative to sugar for people with diabetes.

That’s in part because honey is much sweeter than sugar, so smaller quantities are needed to attain the same level of sweetness. Additionally, honey appears to raise blood sugar levels less than refined sugar.

That said, honey still elevates blood sugar levels — so people with diabetes shouldn’t consume too much.

What’s more, the alcohols found in beeswax may help reduce insulin resistance, a condition that contributes to high blood sugar levels.

One small study in people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) — a medical condition in which fat accumulates in your liver, often accompanied by insulin resistance — found that beeswax alcohol extracts reduced insulin levels by 37%.

These lower insulin levels may indicate reduced insulin resistance, which could also benefit people with diabetes.

Keep in mind that higher-quality studies are needed.

Honeycomb tends to raise blood sugar levels less than refined sugar. What’s more, compounds found in honeycomb may help lower insulin resistance — but more studies are needed.

*May Improve Liver Function*

Honeycomb may also contribute to a healthier liver.

In one 24-week study, a mixture of beeswax alcohols was given daily to people with liver disease. Notably, 48% of those in the beeswax group reported a decrease in symptoms — such as abdominal pain, bloating, and nausea — versus only 8% in the placebo group.

Moreover, liver function returned to normal in 28% of those given beeswax alcohols — compared to none in the placebo group.

Although these results seem promising, it’s unclear how much honeycomb you’d need to consume to achieve the same benefits. Therefore, more studies in humans are needed before strong conclusions can be made.

Beeswax alcohols found in honeycomb may improve liver function and reduce symptoms in people with liver disease. However, more studies are needed.

Honeycomb is a natural bee product consisting of waxy, hexagonal cells which contain raw honey.

Honey and its comb are edible and offer numerous health benefits, such as fighting infections and improving heart health. Honeycomb may also boost liver function and serve as a sugar alternative for people with diabetes.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 4:44pm On May 14, 2019

Honeybees produce honeycomb in their hives. Composed of beeswax, the structure of honeycomb consists of hexagon-shaped cells used to store honey. The wax that makes up honeycomb contains very-long-chain fatty acids, along with long-chain alcohols, or esters. The honey stored within the honeycomb is the purest, rawest form of honey, and the wax the honeycomb is made of has nutritional value and health benefits.

*Benefits Cholesterol*

The fatty acids found in fish provide heart health benefits, and so do the very-long-chain fats and alcohols of honeycomb. The fatty alcohols that honeycomb is made of appear to significantly lower bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol, according to a review published in the March 2004 issue of the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine. In humans, clinical data in one study showed honeycomb fatty acids and alcohols lowered low-density lipoprotein by 21 to 29 percent.

*Protects the Liver*

The alcohols found in honeycomb appear to have antioxidant effects that help protect your liver. To test this, researchers conducted a study using a mixture of beeswax alcohol to evaluate the safety and effectiveness in people with fatty liver. Participants took a preparation of beeswax alcohol for 24 weeks, and at the end of the study researchers found that it helped normalize liver function and improve symptoms of fatty liver. The study was published in the July 2013 issue of the Korean Journal of Internal Medicine.

*Benefits Glucose Metabolism*

Glucose is vital to your health, as your body, especially your brain, relies on it for energy. And it appears that the waxy alcohols found in honeycomb promote healthy glucose metabolism. In the fatty liver study, the waxy alcohols in honeycomb significantly reduced insulin levels and markers for insulin resistance in participants. Insulin resistance can lead to type-2 diabetes and other problems.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 6:40pm On Jul 02, 2019
I love honey.
Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 5:53pm On Jul 19, 2019

Honey is a delicious viscous sweetener made naturally by bees for their own nourishment from the nectar or secretion of flower plants. Honey has a long history of human consumption as a natural food source and is also used as ingredients in various food preparations, in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as sweeteners and in confectionaries as flavouring agents (Adebiyi et al., 2004, Durrani et al., 2011, Eleazu et al., 2013).

Although the food ranking system did not qualify honey as a dense source of traditional nutrients apart from the sugar content, it did emerge as a veritable source of vitamin B2, vitamin B6, iron and managanese (Alvarez-Suarez et al., 2010, Vanhanen et al., 2011).

Thus, honey has been used since ancient times not only as food but as a medicine and in cosmetics. Honey has been credited for many biological and therapeutic purposes such as: treatment of colds, skin wounds and various gastrointestinal diseases. This beneficial role is attributed to both the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties of honey that arise from the low acid nature, high sugar, mainly of glucose and fructose components (Amril and Ladjama, 2013). Raw honey contains glucose oxidase which combines with water to produce hydrogen peroxide, a mild antiseptic (Amiot et al., 1989). In addition, other enzymes found in honey also help in the healing process (Khalil et al., 2010). Honey also contains phytochemicals such as flavonoids and other polyphenols that make it apotent functional ingredient and as an antibacterial agent (Khalil et al., 2010, Gulfraz et al., 2011, Ramanauskiene et al., 2012).


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by Symmetricgroup: 5:02am On Aug 13, 2019

Honey is a superfood that has all the nutrients that can sustain life. It is a natural antioxidant that contains so many rich nutrients.“But honey is so much more.” Depending on its nectar source, honey can be floral, fruity, smoky, woody, spicy, nutty or earthy. It can smell fresh as grass or pungent like aged cheese. It can look nearly clear as water or dark as molasses

Key features

- it contains 22 amino acids, 27 minerals and 5000 enzymes

- it is a natural energy booster

- it is a great immune booster

- it is a natural remedy for many health problems

- It is Pure and Organic


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by IMC247: 12:48pm On Nov 12, 2019

- Haematology and immunity

Honey has been found to be beneficial to people suffering from anaemia. Ajibola et al. (2007) reported enhanced blood profiles in floral honey-fed adult rats.

The study recorded improved haemoglobin concentration (iron constituent of NH played an important role in this), increased erythrocyte count and elevated haematocrit in the honey eaters.

In another laboratory, Chepulis (2007) also documented enhanced haematology and immune response in rats fed 10% honeydew honey supplemented diet.

The author noted higher lymphocyte count and increased neutrophil phagocytosis in NH-fed rats than control. This aligned with previous research that prebiotics can enhance immune function and Natural Honey is known to contain the prebiotics, oligosaccharides.

Human subjects administered with two honey treatments in a Californian study show that honey eaters have the benefit of haematoprotection in addition to blood proliferation. The researchers observed that the aqueous portion of the blood (plasma) is protected by honey. This is in agreement with the fact that most of the antioxidant components in processed honey are water soluble.

In summarizing the facts that honey can be considered to be a satisfactory immuno-nutrient, some workers opine that the oral administration of natural honey can stimulate and increase the production of antibody during primary and secondary immune responses against the T-cells of the thymus-dependent as well as the thymus independent antigens.


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Re: BENEFITS OF EATING HONEY EVERY DAY by IMC247: 12:05pm On Dec 12, 2019

Honey is a sweet liquid made by bees using nectar from flowers. Bees first convert the nectar into honey by a process of regurgitation and evaporation, then store it as a primary food source in wax honeycombs inside a beehive. Honey can then be harvested from the hives for human consumption. Both raw and pasteurized forms of honey are available. Raw honey is removed from the hive and bottled directly, and as such will contain trace amounts of yeast, wax and pollen. Consuming local raw honey is believed to help with seasonal allergies due to repeated exposure to the pollen in the area.
Pasteurized honey has been heated and processed to remove impurities.

Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial and antifungal properties that has been used since the early days of Egyptian tombs. Honey’s scientific super powers contribute to its vastly touted health benefits for the whole body. The healthy natural sweetener offers many nutritional benefits depending on its variety. Raw honey is the unpasteurized version of commonly used honey and only differs in its filtration, which helps extend its shelf life. A tablespoon of raw honey contains 64 calories, is fat-free, cholesterol-free, and sodium-free, says the National Honey Board. Its composition is roughly 80 percent carbohydrates, 18 percent water, and two percent vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Typically, honey is sweet but can be cruel to infants. Spores of Clostridium botulinum bacteria — found in dirt and dust, which can contaminate honey — may lead to infant botulism and produce a toxin inside the body that can cause muscle weakness and breathing problems.

The Mayo Clinic recommends waiting until after 12 months of age to give infants honey; consumption is safe for older adults and kids, since they have a mature digestive system that can handle the spores. Consume honey responsibly and reap the numerous health benefits of this liquid gold.

Alleviates allergies Honey’s anti-inflammatory effects and ability to soothe coughs has led to the belief it can also reduce seasonal allergy symptoms. It contains small amounts of pollen, which if the body is exposed to small amounts of it, it can trigger an immune response that produces antibodies to the pollen. After repeated exposure, you should build up these antibodies and the body should become accustomed to their presence so that less histamine is released, resulting in a lesser allergic response.

It’s all-natural energy drink. Honey is an excellent source of all-natural energy at just 17 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. This natural unprocessed sugar — fructose and glucose — directly enter the bloodstream and can deliver a quick boost of energy. The rise in blood sugar acts as a short-term energy source for your workout, especially in longer endurance exercises. If your goal in exercising is to increase muscle mass, working out on an empty stomach first thing in the morning is the way to go. When your body is in starvation mode (upon waking in morning), and you start exercising you release insulin-like growth-factor, which will help you build bulk, and this only works when blood sugars are low. It boosts memory The sweet nectar is loaded in antioxidants that may help prevent cellular damage and loss within the brain. A 2011 study published in Menopause found a daily spoonful of Malaysian honey may boost postmenopausal women’s memory, which can provide an alternative therapy for the hormone-related intellectual decline. After four months of taking 20 grams of honey a day, the women were more likely to have better short-term memory than their counterparts who took hormone pills. Honey’s ability to help the body absorb calcium, and it helps aid brain health. The brain needs calcium in order to process thought and make decisions. “As our populations continue to get older and older, the likelihood of dementia setting in because of poor intake of vitamins and minerals continues to get higher and higher,” he said.

It’s serve as a cough suppressant Honey can be the all-natural cure when it comes to pesky colds. A persistent cough that won’t go away can easily be remedied with two teaspoons of honey, according to a 2012 study published in the journal Pediatrics. Children between the ages of 1 and 5 with nighttime cough due to colds coughed less frequently when they received two teaspoons of honey 30 minutes before bed. The golden liquid’s thick consistency helps coat the throat while the sweet taste is believed to trigger nerve endings that protect the throat from incessant coughing. Honey is believed to be as effective as the common cough suppressant ingredient dextromethorphan.

It can be used in treating upper respiratory tract infections. Its aids your mode of sleeping. Honey can be a health aid for sleepless nights. Similar to sugar, honey can cause a rise in insulin and release serotonin — a neurotransmitter that improves mood and happiness. “The body converts serotonin into melatonin, a chemical compound that regulates the length and the quality of sleep,” Rene Ficek, registered dietitian and lead dietitian nutritionist at Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating in Chicago, Ill., told Medical Daily in an email.

Moreover, honey also contains several amino acids, including tryptophan that is commonly associated with turkey. Honey’s steady rise in insulin, it causes the tryptophan in honey to enter the brain, where it’s then converted into serotonin and then into melatonin, which is a sleep aid. This hormone is responsible for regulating sleep and wake cycles.

It treats your dandruff. Honey can bring temporary relief to the scalp by targeting dandruff. A 2001 study published in the European Journal of Medical Research found applying honey diluted with 10 percent warm water to problem areas and leaving it on for three hours before rinsing led to itch relief and no scaling within a week. Skin lesions healed within two weeks and patients even showed an improvement in hair loss. The patients did not relapse even after six months of use. It can also treat seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff, which are often caused by an overgrowth of fungus. Moreover, honey also has anti-inflammatory properties, which address the redness and itching on the scalp.

Treats your wounds and burns. Honey is a natural antibiotic that can act both internally and externally. It can be used as a conventional treatment for wounds and burns by disinfecting wounds and sores from major species of bacteria such as methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). It draws fluid away from your wound, the high sugar content suppresses microorganism growth. Worker bees secrete an enzyme (glucose oxidase) into the nectar, which then releases low levels of hydrogen peroxide when the honey makes contact with your wound.

In one study, 16 adult subjects with a history of recurrent labial and genital herpes attacks used honey to treat and eliminate genital wart. (It's important to realize that neither the drug nor the honey will actually cure genital herpes. They only treat the symptoms). Interestingly, honey provided significantly better treatment results. For labial herpes, the mean healing time was 43 percent better, and for genital herpes, 59 percent better than acyclovir. Pain and crusting was also significantly reduced with the honey, compared to the drug. Two cases of labial herpes and one case of genital herpes remitted completely with the honey treatment, whereas none remitted while using acyclovir.12pose health aid.

Some Honey Home Remedies

Honey is a humectant, which means it attracts and retains moisture, making it an ideal addition to moisturizers, shampoos, and conditioners. Along with its antimicrobial properties, honey makes a wonderful addition to homemade personal care products. The National Honey Board has a few you can try out for yourself.

Honey Hair Conditioner: Mix ½ cup honey with ¼ cup olive oil. Work a small amount through your hair until coated. Cover your hair with a shower cap and let sit for 30 minutes. Shampoo as normal and rinse. Honey Body Moisturizer: Mix 5 tablespoons honey, 2 tablespoons rose oil, and 2 cups almond oil in a medium-sized bottle. Apply as needed onto wet skin. Honey Almond Scrub: Mix 3 teaspoons honey, 1 teaspoon olive oil, and 6 ½ tablespoons of finely crushed almonds. Rub the exfoliating scrub onto your face gently and rinse with warm water. The Organic Consumers Association has also published this simple honey lemon cough syrup that’s useful to keep on hand during the winter months.

Honey Lemon Cough Syrup Lemon helps promote health by quickly alkalinizing your body, and honey will kill most bacteria while soothing your throat. This is a perfect choice for a quick cough remedy. Put a pint of raw honey in a pan on the stove on very low heat (do not boil honey as this changes its medicinal properties). After that take a whole lemon and boil in some water in a separate pan for 2-3 minutes to both soften the lemon and kill any bacteria that may be on the lemon skin. Let the lemon cool enough to handle then cut it in slices and add it to the pint of honey on the stove and let the mixture cook on warm heat for about an hour. Then strain the lemon from the honey making sure all lemon seeds are removed. Let cool, then bottle in a jar with a lid and store in the refrigerator. This syrup will keep for 2 months in the refrigerator. To soothe a cough, take 1/2 teaspoon for a 25 lb. child and 1 teaspoon for a 50 lb. child, about 4 times a day, or as often as needed. Adults can take 1-tablespoon doses.

Honey Should Be Consumed Only in Moderation Honey has many healthy attributes, but it is also high in fructose, averaging around 53 percent. Each teaspoon of honey has nearly four grams of fructose, which means it can exacerbate pre-existing insulin resistance and wreak havoc on your body if consumed in excess. So when consuming honey, carefully add the total grams of fructose (including fruits) that you consume each day, and stay below 25 grams of total fructose per day. Keep in mind, though, that if you have insulin resistance (i.e. if you are taking drugs for high blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, or if you're overweight) you'd be better off avoiding all sweeteners, including honey, since any sweetener can decrease your insulin sensitivity and worsen your insulin resistance. If you’re healthy, however, eating raw honey in moderation could provide many of the benefits listed above.


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A teaspoon of honey before bed is just what the doctor ordered. The sweet liquid will restock the liver with the glycogen needed to prevent the crisis trigger from the brain. Honey's natural sugars also slightly raise insulin, allowing tryptophan to enter the brain.

What is tryptophan? Tryptophan is an amino acid that is turned into niacin, an essential B vitamin. Niacin is a key player in the creation of serotonin, a neurotransmitter needed to produce melatonin and put your body to sleep.

There is no extra step needed when it comes to using honey to aid in your sleep. Sure, you can add it to tea, make a little potion, or add some cinnamon, but all you really need is a clean spoon and a jar of raw honey!

Why Raw Honey?

In all cases, when it comes to raw vs. pasteurized honey, there is no contest! Pasteurization kills most of the vitamins, antioxidants, and antibiotic elements in honey, aka all of the benefits honey, has to offer. For sleep, raw honey is the right choice. Raw honey is said to be around 22% better at making liver glycogen than pasteurized conventional honey.

Safe to say raw honey is always the right choice! Now that all you busy bees know the secret to great sleep, get ready for the beauty rest you’ve always dreamed of! Sweet dreams and nighty night!


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Honey acts as a fuel to make the liver produce glucose.

This glucose keeps the brain sugar levels high and forces it to release fat burning hormones.

To benefit from the honey diet, simply replace your sugar intake with honey, throughout the day.


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