The nutritional value of both honey and tahini (sesame seed paste) is great and scientifically proven. Honey and tahini (sesame seed paste) can be consumed as an accompaniment to various tasty delicacies such as cereals, nuts, yogurt and of course many sweets. Sometimes, honey can be used as an ingredient in green salads.


Tahini (sesame seed paste)
Tahini (sesame seed paste) is a very nutritious and healthy food. It comes from the grinding of peeled sesame. It is a substitute for animal proteins, rich in vegetable proteins. It has a great anti-aging effect, while it acts as a tonic in the body. 

Sesame is rich in: vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin E, protein, sulfur amino acids, carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, iron, folic acid, potassium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, phosphorus, niacin.

Consuming tahini (sesame seed paste) contributes to maintaining the health of important organs of the body, it improves the health of the gastrointestinal system and lowers cholesterol.

In general, the consumption of sesame helps to prevent osteoporosis, to maintain physical and mental health, as well as to strengthen the immune system.

Its antioxidant action is also important, while it prevents diseases of the joints and shields the bones.

Due to the fact that it is a substitute for animal proteins, it is especially preferred during the fasting period. It is also an ideal choice for the elderly and young people, as it contains proteins of high biological value.

Tahini (sesame seed paste) also has, according to scientists, a remarkable preventive effect against cardiovascular diseases.


Honey has proven tonic properties for the body. It is rich in micronutrients and nutrients. It has very beneficial ingredients that are valuable for the body and immediately replenishes energy. It helps in mental clarity, while strengthening the digestive system and prevents constipation. From ancient times honey has been used as a medicine for many illnesses.

Honey relieves sore throat, while strengthening the body's defense. Its action on the absorption of calcium by the body is also important.

Honey is considered by many to help our body calm down and relieve symptoms of insomnia and sleep disorders. Scientists are also studying its antimicrobial activity, as it is believed that it fights germs and bacteria, which is why in the past they used it to fight diseases.