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Can bee pollen boost the sport performance?

pollen is a good food supplements for athletes

The previous post was about how honey can help sport performance. How about bee pollen? Can bee pollen boost the sport performance? Considering that pollen is a form of honey in a more condensed form, sort of saying… Pollen is really powerful stuff, why shouldn’t we take it to boost our energy and increase our immunity while we are pushing the limits of our physical body in our endeavor to make performance? To be honest, I don’t agree with this… Read More

Honey benefits for athletes

honey is good for sports performance

The honey benefits for athletes have been recently demonstrated by many studies. Honey is a simple, effective and inexpensive carbohydrate alternative to the highly-refined sugars found in other sport drinks and bars. Richard Kreider, Professor and Department Head, Health and Kinesiology at Texas A&M University, previously Chair of the Department of Health, Human Performance & Recreation at Baylor University and Director of the Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab and Center for Exercise, Nutrition and Preventive Health (are you impressed? well, he has a Curriculum Vita of 60 WORD pages!),… Read More

Does honey help cough?

winnie likes honey

It does. Give your children honey, and it will calm cough naturally and pleasantly! A cough is a reflex action of our body to clear airways of mucus and irritants, such as dust or smoke. It is natural and good, because it is how our organism is protecting itself. There are two types of coughs: dry or chesty (or wet). Dry cough: We feel them as tickles in the throat. This happens when the throat and upper airways become inflamed (swollen). There is… Read More

How to treat bee sting

be aware of bees

Summer is coming. Flowers are more and more beautiful and they attract people, as well as bees. When going to picnics, hikes or travel in the wilderness, it’s essential to know how to treat bee sting as well as other bytes or stings. Let’s remember to always check the surroundings for snakes, spiders, wasps and bees. Don’t let food containers opened, they are like magnets to bees and wasps – particularly sweet ones. Keep food wrapped up and food containers closed. Wasps… Read More