EN on Foods

April 2005 Issue

Sweet News About Honey and Your Health

The Folklore. European settlers introduced honeybees to New England in the 17th century, using honey not only in food and beverages, but in furniture polish, in cement and for medicinal purposes. The Findings. Honey isnít just a sweetener. Researchers have found that honey contains a variety of antioxidants that provide an array of potential health benefits.

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