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Honey and pregnancy

Everything you need to know about honey consumption during pregnancy.   The pure honey bee is a natural product, produced from the transformation of flower pollen. It is a rich and sweet food, whose culinary uses are several and has been gaining strength in the intricacies of gourmet cuisine due to its unique flavor and its versatility. There are several voices that are rising to talk about health benefit about the ingestion of this food . While being one of the “forbidden” elements in feeding of the smallest (children up to 1 year old), future moms have some fear of ingesting it during gestation. Around this fear have surged several myths and problematics, which spread and perpetuated, leaving doubts and open questions. In this article,…

Flu? What Flu?

Goodbye Flu and Constipations! The flu and constipations are out there! They say it’s the fruit of the season! The truth is, no one wants to get sick and therefore, in order to face adversity typical of this time of year and strengthen our immune system, today I share the country remedy that is homemade to help prevent influenzas and constipations… yes, because since always the motto of this family has been making food our medicine. I’ve seen some people with tissues in hand and with constipated voices . So here’s the recipe for our winter lemonade for a family: Products: 2 limes or 2 lemons 3 tablespoons of honey Nº1 Citrus 10gr Ginger 1 liter of Water   Preparation: Boil half a liter of…

Pollen – Fiber Source!

What is pollen? The pollen is collected by the bees in the flowers, and it is without a doubt, one of the most natural, fiber-rich foods we have nowadays. It is traditionally known as a true functional regulator. The pollen is a very fine matter stored by the plant in what is called “Lodges Anteras”. This is an asset of the hive, essential to the bees. In fact, it is considered the “bread of bees” and their main food before honey.   Composition in percentage (%) Water – 12% freshwater and 4% in dry state Carbohydrates – 37% Amino Acids – 25% Proteins – 21% Fat – 9% Others – 4% Contains many vitamins, such as vitamins A, B, C, D and E. Different uses…

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