If You Eat Honey Every Day, You Will Notice These Health Benefits
Honey is a syrupy liquid that honeybees make from plant nectar. It’s popular worldwide for its sweetness and intense flavor and is used in many dishes and recipes.
The smell, color and taste of honey depend on the type of flowers from which it’s extracted.
Honey has a number of potential health benefits and plays a role in many home remedies and alternative medicine treatments.
In this video, we explore the amazing health benefits of honey.
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Source(s) / Reference(s):
Honey and Health: A Review of Recent Clinical Research
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Honey safety and side effects
0:17 Health benefits of honey
0:40 Increases immunity
1:04 Helps with respiratory illnesses
1:26 Helps with sore throat
1:38 Improves gastrointestinal health
1:58 Reduces risk of uti
2:13 Improves heart health
2:24 Good for skin
2:50 Improves sleep and helps with relaxation
3:09 Honey precautions and side effects
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