Caramelized Brussel Sprouts with Apples and Pecans While many of us still adhere to our childhood displeasure at the thought of having to eat Brussel sprouts, there are plenty of delicious ways to enjoy this nutritious, and actually quite good, vegetable. This recipe in particular, for Caramelized Brussel Sprouts with Apples and Pecans, is sure…Details
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Honey has long been used to make natural remedies for various ailments, making it popular with practitioners of alternative medicine.
According to Dr. Anna O’Brien, a veterinarian, a study was conducted at the University of Glasglow, and it led researchers to the conclusion that various types of honey have antimicrobial properties that could help inhibit the growth of bacteria often found in horse leg wounds. Also, another Glasglow study claims to have discovered agents in honey…Details