Vitamins and minerals in honey. Among the benefits of honey diuretic find it invigorating, healing of wounds, energy, miraculous healing of ulcers and aid in the reproduction of red blood cells.
The honey is also recommended for respiratory tract, good digestion, insomnia, circulation, nervous system and burns.
Vitamins honey bee:
• Vitamin B complex, C, D, thiamine, niacin and riboflavin.
Minerals of the honey bee:
• Calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc.
The Royal Jelly stimulates the immune system, increases vitality and resistance to cold and fatigue, and improves cerebral oxygenation and concentration.
In winter it becomes more evident, we are more tired and we lack energy. Flu cases rise around us …
It’s time to get extra energy and contribute to our body a dose of Royal Jelly to withstand the cold and improve our defenses.
The complex composition of royal jelly makes it an extraordinary substance. The queen bees that feed along their lives exclusively Royal Jelly, fail to live up to six years and buy a size twice that of worker bees that are able to live only about six weeks. Science has confirmed that this is an excellent human food for its nutritional properties, and metabolic energy.
Contains 16 vitamins, many important effect antioxidant, acetylcholine, excellent memory and nervous system activity antibiotic substances, 18 amino acids, 8 of which, although essential for the body, cannot be produced by the body human, silicon, phosphorus, potassium and other minerals.
Numerous studies have shown its nutritional benefits, and metabolic energy. Its use bolsters the immune system and stimulates the body’s vitality.
Cruciferous vegetables may provide us in the colder months with vitamins, fiber and minerals.
A healthy and balanced diet is especially important during the cold season. With fruit and vegetables in season, this is also not a problem, but some things to consider. In the winter months, the immune system is particularly stressed. Therefore should be abandoned in no case to fruit and vegetables. But what to eat when most of the common green diet is not available or very long transport routes from the warm countries of production behind it? How about, for example, with cabbage?
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