Units of measurement
- Weight: 30 kg
- Volume: 0.04 м3
- Length: 30 sm
- Width: 30 sm
- Height: 40 sm
Honey is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. It contains all vitamins of group B, K, E, C, provitamin A. Since vitamins are in combination with natural mineral salts and biogenic amines, their benefits are much higher than synthetic substitutes.
Of the macro- and microelements, it contains magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium, phosphorus, chlorine, sulfur, zinc, iodine, copper, iron. Each of these elements affects the course of physiological processes in the body, acting as catalysts for biochemical reactions.
The carbohydrate composition of honey is mainly represented by fructose and glucose. They are easily absorbed and, unlike sugar, do not harm the tooth enamel.
Of protein compounds, honey contains enzymes, hormones and other biologically active compounds.
enzymes: catalase, amylase, diastase, phosphatase;
vitamins C, E, B;
trace elements: aluminum, zinc, nickel, chlorine, lithium, tin and others;