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  • Nutrition Facts of Honey

    Nutrition Facts Of Honey

    How can we skip this fact honey essential nutrients when trying to understand what made of honey and its benefits? Here I have information:

    Nectar itself is mainly composed of sucrose and water. Bees add enzyme which creates additional chemical compounds into sucrose fructose, inverters and glucose, and then evaporate the water so that the resulting product will resist spoiling.

    Therefore, honey is a source of carbohydrates, contain natural sugars

    * 80%-mostly fructose and glucose. Due to the high levels of fructose, honey is sweeter than  

       table sugar. *

    *18% water, a little honey has the moisture content, the better the quality of honey.

    * 2% minerals, vitamins, proteins and pollen.

    Vitamins present in honey B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, Pantothenic acid and certain amino acids. The Mineral is found in honey, among others, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc.

    Also, some nutritional facts of honey is very encouraging:



    This natural sweetener have antioxidants- fat and cholesterol are free

    More honey facts about calories, GI

    * One tablespoons of natural sweeteners honey contains 64 calories 


    * Honey has a healthy Glycemic Index (GI), which means that the sugar can be gradually absorbed into the blood stream to produce better digestion. We should try to avoid overeating high-glycemic foods that will encourage the release of insulin in our bodies as a result of the pancreas is stimulated to metabolize a wave suddenly glucose into the blood.

    * Honey contains naturally occurring minerals and vitamins that help  metabolism that are not in want of cholesterol and fatty acids in organs and tissues into the system, thus preventing obesity and promoting better health for us.