Food Health website Raw Food World reports that Malaysian Tualang honey could reduce the risk of smoking-related cardio vascular disease.
According to researchers in Malaysia – where Tualang honey comes from – the honey contains phenolic acids like benzoic acid, gallic acid, syringic acid and trans-cinnamic acids.
Tualang honey also contains catechins and kaempferol. (By the way, muscadine seeds are rich in catechins, and muscadine skin contains kaempferol).
A major risk associated with smoking is atherosclerotic vascular disease, and the antioxidant capability of molecules like catechins and kaempferol could help to reduce the health risk for smokers.
We looked on Amazon to see if they have a Tualang honey product, but couldn’t find one. However, there is a honey provider in Malaysia who ships worlwide.
Or if you are interested in the potential benefits of catechins and kaempferol from smokers, you could read about our own Muscadinex supplement on Amazon.
Smokers, Kaempferol, Resveratrol and Tualang Honey. Find out more.
At the end of 12 weeks, the group of smokers who received the honey supplement had greatly improved their antioxidant status, suggesting that honey has the ability to offset oxidative stress.
Check out the benefits of Tualang honey on the Raw Food World website:
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