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Honey

Jars of honey and a honey comb

Honey consists of a complex number of different sugars with 17 gms of Carbohydrates and 64 calories per Tablespoon, however, less honey is used compared to sugar due to its sweetness. Honey, unlike sugar, contains vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Antioxidants and phenolic acids are also found in Honey. Honey contains prebiotics which has been found effective in protecting gut health, especially when combined with yogurt.

 

Mare's Eat Oats and Does Eat Oats and So Should You!

Oats

Are Oats a Super Food?

Are Oats a “Super Food”? There is a new term going around the internet calling some foods “Super Foods”. This term is mainly used for foods that have a variety of health benefits. Oats definitely fit this category. They have Protein, Fats and Carbs., all necessary for a healthy diet. They also have many nutrients as well as antioxidants.   

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