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  • Mistike // Apr 26, 2008 at 5:50 PM

    Hello Mun ! I think this is my first comment on your blog, however I read it regularly ;-)

    As much as I love honey, I don’t eat too much sweet (by taste). I also use rice or wheat syrup as sweetener. The advantage of cereal syrups is that they are mostly “slow” carbohydrate, like the cereals they are made of. No fructose, no saccharose. And they have a great sweetening power, with a nice taste. They’re pretty easy to find here, in France, in organic food shops.

    Very interesting for diabetic people, or people who want to regulate their glycemic value. Or athletes, when they need “slow” energy instead of “rapid” energy (which comes from honey or sugar).

    Sorry if I made some language mistakes, English is not my native language ;-)

  • sylvesteR // May 2, 2008 at 1:19 AM

    If honey really has antioxidant properties, I guess there’s no harm taking it since it can prevent ageing as long as it doesn’t cause diabetes. By the way, I don’t think honey improves memory, after all, winnie the pooh is always referred as the silly old bear with poor memories!!

  • Sylvester // Feb 18, 2009 at 12:40 AM

    I think honey is one of nature’s gift that we have underexploited and underutilized . I like honey.

  • rose // Jul 31, 2009 at 3:02 AM

    i have been ill with the flu and have been having alot of raw honey and lemon for coughs. i began feeling calm! i googled honey anxiety and found some references including this one. amazing! i always avoided it because of the sugar content.

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