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Polyphenolic Content in Honey Has Medicinal Benefits - 04/04/2013
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Honey with its long history in tradition, now has proof confirming its claims. Honeybees transform a plant product, nectar, without removing the good stuff. Phenolic content is what makes honey is so adaptable to so many therapies. Thanks to New Zealand beekeepers who've worked hard to make Manuka Honey acceptable in surgical settings. The fact is, there are a lot of monofloral honeys worldwide that have equal or superior health benefits. The march continues... Honey as a Source of Dietary Antioxidants: Structures, Bioavailability and Evidence of Protective Effects Against Human Chronic Diseases Curr MedChem 2013, vol 20, issue 5, pages 621-638 In the long human tradition honey has been used not only as a nutrient but also as a medicine. Its composition is rather variable and depends on the floral source and on external factors, such as seasonal, environmental conditions and processing. In this review, specific attention is focused on absorption, metabolism, and beneficial biological activities of honey compounds in human. Honey is a supersaturated solution of sugars, mainly composed of fructose (38%) and glucose (31%), containing also minerals, proteins, free amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and polyphenols. Among polyphenols, flavonoids are the most abundant and are closely related to its biological functions. Honey positively affects risk factors for cardiovascular diseases by inhibiting inflammation, improving endothelial function , as well as the plasma lipid profile, and...

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