What is all the buzz about?

What is all the buzz about?

Honey……the healthy choice. Not only does it taste good but it has been used since ancient times as a natural source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and natural energy, confirming that having honey in your diet can help you stay healthy and fight disease.

Here at Gastro Nicks we have honey from the UK, Calabria in southern Italy, Sicily (when available) and several products containing this wonderful natural product:
Amongst them, Truffle honey and Balsamic Honey, Nougat and the wonderful Keepr’s Honey Gin!
Coming soon…..Hive Originals skin products

what is all the buzz about


Antioxidants in honey play an important part in eliminating harmful free radicals in the human body, which contribute to many serious diseases.

Honey that heals, inhibiting the growth of certain bacteria, yeast and moulds. It can also prevent scarring. On minor skin injuries, honey’s natural ability to draw moisture from the air promotes healing.

Fuelling performance? A natural mixture of simple sugars glucose and fructose, quick energy to keep you going and naturally prevents fatigue during exercise. Honey has been found to be one of the most effective form of carbohydrate to ingest prior to exercise since it is easily digested and released into the body. Honey also helps the muscles recuperate after a workout.

Beauty? The reigning queens of beauty have used honey in their hair and skin care regimes for centuries. Honey needs no preservatives additives, processing or refining. It has a natural ability to attract and retain moisture. Its mild nature makes it suitable for sensitive skin and baby products.


Bees and the environment:
Pollination is a vital process in flowering plant reproduction, creating the fruits and vegetables that we all love to eat. Pollination can be done by the wind, birds, mammals and insects but honey bees pollinate on a commercial scale, vital not only for the food we eat directly but also for foraging crops used to feed livestock, many other animals in the food chain and to maintain the genetic diversity of flowering plants.