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  • How honey acts as an anti-bacterial

    How honey acts as an anti-bacterial

    Our grandmothers have extolled the medicinal virtues of honey, for everything from cold and sore throats to colitis and even diabetes. Now add battling bacterial resistance to the list. That's what a study conducted as part of the 247th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS), the wo...

  • Honey disappoints in dialysis infection test

    Honey disappoints in dialysis infection test

    Honey, touted as an effective germ-killer, offered no advantages over antibiotics in preventing wound infection in patients receiving peritoneal dialysis for kidney failure, a study said Wednesday.Over the last decade, honey has gained a reputation as a cheap, safe and effective way of preventing wo...

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  • Why raw honey is good for you

    Why raw honey is good for you

    The medicinal properties of honey are as exciting as its breadth of flavourSticky, fragrant honey is nature's most interesting sweetener and always astonishing in the way its scent, taste and colour reflects the flora from which the bees collect their nectar. Honey from pine forests and heather moo...

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  • Hive flyer: Meet the honey producer

    Hive flyer: Meet the honey producer

    Honey varies in flavour from hive to hive, but that doesn't begin to describe the talents of Becky Chadd's amazing bees.Bees are very intelligent insects, with amazing communication and organisational skills. When a bee finds a good source of nectar, it comes back to the hive and does what's called ...

  • A homecoming for honey cakes

    A homecoming for honey cakes

    I've always thought that all Rosh Hashana honey cakes were born out of the same kosher recipe.My grandmother certainly made it, the one with the vegetable oil and coffee that always came out far too sweet and much too dry. I never liked it. I never knew anyone who liked it. Yet it was one of those i...

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  • Honey, the skin saviour

    Honey, the skin saviour

    Honey is seen as an ideal natural ingredient to do away with skin dryness and there is more to this sweet kitchen ingredient.Make honey part of your beauty regime to get natural glow, reports huffingtonpost.com.Usage of honey:Facial scrub: Women with sensitive skin can prepare a face mask made of ho...

  • FDA: Honey with any added sweeteners isn't honey

    FDA: Honey with any added sweeteners isn't honey

    The Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to ensure that shoppers who buy honey are getting the real deal. New guidance issued Tuesday would prevent food companies from adding sugar or other sweeteners to pure honey and still calling it "honey."The agency said enforcement action is possible a...

    Read More: FDA, Food labels, honey, label
  • Now, an alcoholic drink made of fermented honey

    Now, an alcoholic drink made of fermented honey

    Once called the nectar of the gods, the oldest fermented beverage is seeing a renaissance.Beekeepers and vintners are rediscovering mead, an alcoholic drink made of fermented honey and water. These days, fruits, spices and even carbonation are being added for distinct flavors that aren't a far cry f...

    Read More: Honey, alcohol, wine
  • Sugar: a guide to the sweet stuff in all its forms

    Sugar: a guide to the sweet stuff in all its forms

    Can you enjoy sweet food and drink without overloading on calories, and is honey really better for you than refined white sugar? Learn how to tell one sweetener from another with our essential guideSugar is sugar, most science now agrees: a simple carbohydrate that almost all of us in the rich worl...

  • 5 foods to keep the winter chill away

    5 foods to keep the winter chill away

    Keeping warm during winter is not easy. Apart from woollen clothes, people should consume heat producing food items to beat the chill.Avani Agarwal, product manager, Food Cloud website, shares a list of top five heat producing foods for winter:- Garlic: Not only does garlic act as a cholesterol-lowe...

    Read More: garlic, ginger, honey, lemon, meat, winter
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