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Re: 4th time MC'ing and I can't bear the taste
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Re: 4th time MC'ing and I can't bear the taste

On Honey:

Honey must not be used at any time internally. It is manufactured from the nectar picked up from the flowers by the bees— good enough in itself, perhaps— then predigested, vomited and stored for their own future use with a preservative added. It is deficient in calcium and has many detrimental effects for the human being.

According to one authority, honey is “a magical and mystical word in “Healthfoodland”. It is one of the most over promoted, overpriced products being sold to gullible health food advocates. The great value attributed to honey is delusive… honey is only a little less empty and more dangerous than sugar.”

 Just as with alcohol, honey, being predigested, enters the blood directly, raising the sugar content very rapidly above normal. To correct this, the pancreas must produce insulin immediately or possible death can occur. More insulin than necessary is likely to be produced, and the blood sugar level then drops below normal. This can produce blackout spells and even death if it goes to low. When blood sugar is below normal, a person will feel depressed. The regular use of honey can create constant imbalances, which in turn will adversely affect the normal function of the liver, pancreas and spleen. Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are the results of the use of unbalanced sugars. The balanced sugar in maple syrup and sugar can juice causes no dangerous side effects. Artificial, synthetic, and refined sugars have no place in a natural diet.

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