New Web Site Extols the Health Benefits of Honey

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Honey-Health.com, a newly launched Web site, explores the numerous health benefits of natural honey.

Honey-Health.com, a newly launched Web site, extols the various health benefits of natural honey, detailing its nutritive values and exploring its role as a primary food in traditional diets.

"A drop of honey, they say, will not sweeten the ocean, but it can do wonders for your health," says Sharon Stajda of Honey-Health.com (available at http://www.honey-health.com). "At Honey-Health.com, we aim to be a comprehensive resource on the marvelous health effects of natural honey."

Honey, Stajda points out, is an easily assimilated carbohydrate compound, and a most practical and effective aliment to generate energy. Honey also helps human beings create enzymes and acts as a germicidal agent. Its nutritive advantages are under-appreciated, however, and Stajda recommends frequent – if not daily – use of honey in one's diet.

The Web site goes into great detail on the physical and chemical aspects of honey, explaining its various sources and types. Honey-Health.com also highlights the role of honey in the modern diet, and specifically in the diets of children and young infants. "Honey was in fact used as a medicine in the Middle Ages," says Stajda, and the Web site draws extensively from history and literature to make for an informative yet readable health resource.

"The very nature of honey – its manufacture and chemical structure – makes it an important supplement to our daily diet," says Stajda. "And if that were not enough, good, fresh honey is also one of the most delicious aliments known to man. Nothing else combines taste and nutrition to the same extent as honey."

Contact information:

Sharon Stajda    

44 Sylvan

Pleasant Ridge, MI 48069

Phone: 248.545.1787

Email: stajda@yahoo.com

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