Regular Honey is common in many grocery stores, yet, raw honey is advertised by merchants as beneficial and useful in many ways. Although not proven, there exist explicit difference between regular honey and raw honey in some health benefits, flavor, aroma, color and quality. The difference between regular honey and raw honey that are distinct and may be noticeable are its texture or quality and its color. Raw honey may appear to have granules and has a milky color while regular honey looks smooth and has a uniform color. The smoothness in texture of the regular honey is the result of pasteurization, a process wherein honey is heated to get rid of any yeast to prevent fermentation.
By Karen Foster
There are well over 30 commercial producers of honey that have no traces of pollen and lack beneficial vitamins and enzymes among a host of other natural constituents which are removed due to pasteurization and processing.
Most golden honey you see at your local grocery is dead and far from the health promoting powerhouse of its raw unpasteurized counterpart. Processed honey is not honey at all and if you desire any kind of health benefits, you must stick to the real stuff.
In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration says that any product thats been ultra-filtered and no longer contains pollen isnt honey.
However, the FDA isnt checking honey sold in the U.S. to see if it contains pollen.
Ultra filtering is a high-tech procedure where honey is heated, sometimes watered down and then forced at high pressure through extremely small filters to remove pollen, which is the only foolproof sign …
Generally, honey is beneficial in many ways. In this respect, it can be well said that there are no differences between regular honey and raw honey as both are beneficial. They both can heal wounds as they contain properties that can fight bacteria. Both types of honey give energy, prevent coughs and reduce occurrence of sore throats. They also help fight free radicals, and a good sugar substitute due to their sweetness.
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