Monday, March 09, 2009

Honey and Bee Pollen Credited for Health, Long Life

Clintonville Market Boasts the Best in Home-Grown Goods
Claire Racine, The Lantern, 3/9/2009

Dale Benedict takes a teaspoon of bee pollen with his juice every morning. He says it prevents allergies, gives him energy and offers a daily supply of vitamins and minerals. He's 71 years old and still going strong, all because of the honey and bee pollen, he says.

"We're pretty thrilled about honey bees," said Benedict, the owner of Honey Health Farms. Although he first started selling honey simply for its taste, he now promotes his bee products for their health benefits…

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