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    Image titleHoney is a very tasty and at the same time healthy product. As stated by the specialists, there are about 70 various wholesome elements. In order to choose good and high-quality honey, one should be aware of some intricacies.

    Firstly, having scooped some honey with a spoon, and on pouring it into another reservoir, you should observe the process. If the “string” of honey does not break, the product is flowing straight, you are going to consume some good honey. Also this product does not trickle down the spoon, but winds around it.

    Secondly, you can put a middle soft (HB) or big softness (B, 2B, …) pencil into honey. In case you see some darkening from graphite, you have bumped into bad honey.

    Thirdly, try to grind honey between your fingers. A natural and high-quality product would turn into peculiar white paste, while a counterfeit would leave insoluble grains.

    Fourthly, if you warm the honey up, and can feel the smell, it means you have bought some real honey. There is no scent from a counterfeit.

    Fifthly, if you add some honey into tee and the drink gets muddy / dull, some feculence appears, it is the evidence of a bad quality of honey.

    How much can one eat of this tasty product, so that no negative effects arise?

    There is no specific recommendation regarding the amount of honey that is healthy to eat. Sometimes it is allowed to eat a one or two tea spoons of honey, sometimes one can pamper himself or herself with a bigger amount. It is important to remember that honey is still a very high-calorie product (in 100 g – 315kkal). If a person has allergic reactions to honey and other bee products, then it is definitely counter-indicative. It is also not recommended to consume honey when having sugar diabetes.

    Honey, either monoflora (from one type of plants, for example, linden, buckwheat, acacia) or polyflora, is a very healthy and nutritious product. Additionally, it is also Lenten. The main nutritive materials from around 70 are sugars, vitamins, proteins, minerals and ferments.

    The latter make for digestions, act as a stimulator of the secretory function of the stomach and intestines, and raise the level of digestibility of food. In many countries honey is used in the diets of pupils, sportsmen, and military men.

    The acids present in honey, have a positive influence on the digestion processes. Owing to them, appetite gets better, as well as the secretory function of the mucous membrane of the stomach. Not for nothing honey is included in the formula of an enormous number of medicine both in the traditional and folk medicine. Honey contains vitamins В2, РР, С, В6, К, Е, biotin, calcium, natrium, magnesium, iron, iodine; folic, malic, tartaric, citric, lactic and oxalic acids. This product is indeed a fount of nutrients. Certainly, one should be careful, in order not to get some sham honey, which does not bring any benefit for the body. Our advice for this is to follow some of the mentioned above rules. We wish you have always high-quality and tasty honey on your table.







    Image titleHoney is a very tasty and at the same time healthy product. As stated by the specialists, there are about 70 various wholesome elements. In order to choose good and high-quality honey, one should be aware of some intricacies.

    Firstly, having scooped some honey with a spoon, and on pouring it into another reservoir, you should observe the process. If the “string” of honey does not break, the product is flowing straight, you are going to consume some good honey. Also this product does not trickle down the spoon, but winds around it.

    Secondly, you can put a middle soft (HB) or big softness (B, 2B, …) pencil into honey. In case you see some darkening from graphite, you have bumped into bad honey.

    Thirdly, try to grind honey between your fingers. A natural and high-quality product would turn into peculiar white paste, while a counterfeit would leave insoluble grains.

    Fourthly, if you warm the honey up, and can feel the smell, it means you have bought some real honey. There is no scent from a counterfeit.

    Fifthly, if you add some honey into tee and the drink gets muddy / dull, some feculence appears, it is the evidence of a bad quality of honey.

    How much can one eat of this tasty product, so that no negative effects arise?

    There is no specific recommendation regarding the amount of honey that is healthy to eat. Sometimes it is allowed to eat a one or two tea spoons of honey, sometimes one can pamper himself or herself with a bigger amount. It is important to remember that honey is still a very high-calorie product (in 100 g – 315kkal). If a person has allergic reactions to honey and other bee products, then it is definitely counter-indicative. It is also not recommended to consume honey when having sugar diabetes.

    Honey, either monoflora (from one type of plants, for example, linden, buckwheat, acacia) or polyflora, is a very healthy and nutritious product. Additionally, it is also Lenten. The main nutritive materials from around 70 are sugars, vitamins, proteins, minerals and ferments.

    The latter make for digestions, act as a stimulator of the secretory function of the stomach and intestines, and raise the level of digestibility of food. In many countries honey is used in the diets of pupils, sportsmen, and military men.

    The acids present in honey, have a positive influence on the digestion processes. Owing to them, appetite gets better, as well as the secretory function of the mucous membrane of the stomach. Not for nothing honey is included in the formula of an enormous number of medicine both in the traditional and folk medicine. Honey contains vitamins В2, РР, С, В6, К, Е, biotin, calcium, natrium, magnesium, iron, iodine; folic, malic, tartaric, citric, lactic and oxalic acids. This product is indeed a fount of nutrients. Certainly, one should be careful, in order not to get some sham honey, which does not bring any benefit for the body. Our advice for this is to follow some of the mentioned above rules. We wish you have always high-quality and tasty honey on your table.







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