Wildflower Honey

Honey is a high-glucose food that comes to us in a predigested form — making it easier for us to absorb and digest. Glucose is the simplest form of sugar. Although you might be thinking that’s a negative, glucose is important to the body because of its ability to restore oxygen by replacing lactic acid that builds up in fatigued muscle tissue. Honey has been a preferred source of glucose for hundreds of years.

Packed with vitamins and minerals

Honey contains nearly all of the vitamins known to be necessary to the metabolism and digestion of sugar. While vitamins in fresh foods begin to diminish in potency from the time they are picked, in honey, vitamins maintain their original strength. Honey also contains a spectrum of minerals — the percentages of which are similar to their concentration in human blood.

According to Dr. Bernard Jensen

Honey is alkaline-forming and helps counteract the acidity which in many people promotes arthritis, rheumatism and other chronic diseases. It has hormones and nucleic acids that support the glandular system, tissue repair and youthfulness.

A natural preservative

One of the most valuable traits of honey is that it functions as a natural preservative. No added chemicals are needed in the Nature’s Fusion Glow Bar as honey and sea salt work together to preserve the integrity of each ingredient.

Honey is an excellent source of:

  • Vitamin K
  • Pro-Vitamin A (Carotene)
  • Folic Acid
  • Phosphatase
  • Invertase
  • Diastases
  • Inulase
  • Lipase
  • Glucose
  • Oxidase
  • Catalase