Most of us remember our grandmothers using honey for medicinal value when we were sick with a cold or sore throat. Honey’s antibacterial properties have been recognized down through the ages. Honey has been classified by WHO and USDA as a simple sugar, but there is actually significant data showing that honey contains rare and complex sugars that in fact improve blood glucose control in diabetics, lowering fasting glucose, Hemoglobin A1A, and even improving cholesterol.
There are other overlooked health and medical therapeutic benefits for honey, which today’s Whistleblower Report explores. Dr. Vliet presents the medical data on the many medical applications of raw, unfiltered unprocessed honey for antimicrobial actions, wound care, and even treatment of metabolic syndrome or pre-diabetes as well as improved markers of glucose control in diabetes. Kathy Kresnik, Director of Health and Resilience, explains the role of honey as a natural sweetener with therapeutic properties, describes the differences between local, raw, unprocessed natural honey as the bees made it, vs. the adulterated commercial versions sold in grocery stores. We also discuss the dangers of “fake honey” and how to spot and avoid it.
For the video program with graphics showing the mechanisms of honey’s mny beneficial actions to improve health, click here: https://www.truthforhealth.org/2023/11/faith-over-fear-11-07-23-honey-natures-miracle-of-health-and-medical-benefits/