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Organic Raw Honey for Health
Honey is one of nature’s most perfect foods, and in its raw form, is so much more than just your average run-of-the-mill sweetener.
Unlike the light gold, drippy, processed honey that fills the supermarket shelves, raw honey contains every ounce of healthy goodness that nature endowed it with. Processed honey is stripped of all its healthful properties through the combined high heat and filtering processes (which can even include the use of chemicals), while raw honey boasts a nutritional profile of 22 amino acids, 27 minerals, 5,000 enzymes, and a host of important vitamins.
Raw honey has been touted to help everything from sleep problems to seasonal allergies to low energy.* It’s an incredible weight loss aid, immune system supporter, and can even be used as a cough suppressant and skin treatment.*
A lesser known fact is that raw honey is incredibly supportive to the function of your brain AND your child’s brain.* Recent scientific studies have shown there is truth to the ancient belief that honey can boost memory, intellect, and concentration.*
Today, we often associate brain fog with having too much “sugar”. But raw honey isn’t sugar in the typical way we might think about it. It doesn’t cause the elevated insulin spike like white sugar. In fact, the unique cellular structure of raw honey actually allows our body to use it in ways that can help, rather than hurt, our body.
Monosaccharides, such as fructose and glucose, are the predominant sugars present in honey, and they are said to be the components responsible for most of the stunning nutritional characteristics of honey. Smaller quantities of other types of sugars, such as disaccharides, trisaccharides, and oligosaccharides are also present in honey.
Why is this important to know? Because these types of sugars are the perfect fuel source for our body and brain!
In children, raw honey can be a key component of building and developing the central nervous system. It is supportive to memory, a reduction of anxiety, learning processes, and even intellectual performance later in life.*
In addition, honey is supportive to achieving a healthy night’s sleep when taken before bed. Good quality, restorative sleep is critical for healthy memory and cognitive function.
Honey is also an extremely powerful antioxidant that works to reduce oxidative stress in our bodies. Oxidative stress wreaks havoc in our cells and contributes to a negative aging process. Unfortunately, our brain is highly susceptible to oxidative damage. Honey have been shown to break the destructive cycle of oxidative stress and tissue damage in the brain.* This means our brain stays stronger, longer into our adult life.
The short story? A teaspoon or more of raw honey per day not only tastes delicious, but serves to support a happy healthy brain, starting as a child and lasting into adulthood. So go grab your honey jar and dig in. Your body and brain will thank you!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.