Health Benefits of Clover Honey
Health Benefits of Clover Honey is here. Honey is one of the oldest sweeteners on Earth. Our honey bees work hard to produce just one pound of honey by collecting nectar from over 2 million flowers! No wonder they call them Mother Nature’s little workers. Clover honey is easily available at our local grocery stores. It is derived from clover plants in the United States and Canada. Which is why they are one of the top producers of this type of honey in the world.
Honey has so many healthy, beneficial properties, and is an amazing food to add in to our diet. The bees add an enzyme, kind of like hydrogen peroxide to their honey that make it a great antibacterial and anti fungal food. This property gives honey a long shelf life. Therefore it also helps people who suffer from gastrointestinal disorders, such as ulcers. Honey also contains friendly bacteria, making it a great probiotic. It contains flavonoids which help reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.
The American Heart Association recommends 1 1/2 to 2 2/3 tablespoons a day. It is a great blood sugar regulator with the perfect combination of glucose and fructose. This also helps heal external burns with its antibacterial nature. Another amazing benefit to consuming honey in our diet is that it prevents aging and protects skin cells. Adding honey to your diet adds amazing health benefits to your health and is so easily available.
However, our honey bees are endangered. We need our bees. Together we all must work to save them. I was doing research on what I could do to help save the bees. Planting bee friendly flowers in my garden helps or finding an area in my garden for a beehive. I can also sponsor a hive by visiting “Sponsor a Hive” page to find out more. I found also bee hive starter kits on Amazon for as low as $70. Lets Save the Bees together!