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Is Honey Good for the Elderly?

Honey’s health benefits are well known. However, make sure to buy raw or organic honey as they contain the core nutrients regular honey often lacks.

Honey is a source of antioxidants. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Antioxidants can help reduce the risk of strokes, heart attacks, and even certain types of cancer. Its antifungal and antibacterial properties help kill bacteria, so consuming honey can soothe a sore throat and suppress cough. Honey is also a rich source of probiotics and can help maintain good digestive health.

Furthermore, research shows that the regular consumption of honey can improve memory and reduce anxiety.

Many people aged 65 and older struggle with memory loss and dementia as they age. The daily intake of honey may help prevent or mitigate memory impairments naturally.

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