Antioxidant Properties of Honey and Its Role in Preventing Health Disorder

  title={Antioxidant Properties of Honey and Its Role in Preventing Health Disorder},
  author={M. I. Khalil and S. A. Sulaiman and Laid Boukra{\^a}},
  journal={The Open Nutraceuticals Journal},
  • M. I. Khalil, S. A. Sulaiman, Laid Boukraâ
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • The Open Nutraceuticals Journal
  • Honey is being used since long time both in medical and domestic needs, but only recently its antioxidant property has come to limelight. With increasing demand for antioxidant supply in the food, honey is becoming popular as a source of antioxidant since it is rich in phenolic acids and flavonoids and other antioxidants including glucose oxidase, catalase, ascorbic acid, carotenoid derivatives, organic acids, amino acids and proteins. The antioxidants have several pre- ventative effects… CONTINUE READING
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