Honeybells are the perfect fruit to brighten up the dull end of winter. Bright and delicious Honeybells are a gourmet fruit that is only in season for a couple of weeks during late winter. After Christmas is over and the coldest part of winter sets in everyone gets a little down. Cheerful and wonderfully sweet Honeybells bring some sparkle back to winter. These super sweet citrus fruits also give you and your family the vitamins and minerals that you need to fight off later winter viruses and colds that often attack when people are running low after the holidays.
After the holidays is the primetime for winter flu because so many people are stressed out and haven’t been eating well for weeks. They also have been exposed to a lot of strangers who may be carrying germs at the mall, at the post office, and at holiday parties. So when their immune systems are running on empty because of very little sleep, stress, and a diet of too many holiday treats and high calorie drinks it’s easy for viruses and colds to creep in. Honeybells, just like oranges, grapefruit and other citrus fruits, are packed with Vitamin C and minerals that your body needs. You body can use those vitamins and minerals to get strong and fight off those illnesses. Eating one or two pieces of citrus fruit each day will help you stay healthy for the rest of the winter.
Honeybells are known for their amazing sweetness. If you want to start eating healthy as part of a New Year’s resolution you can eat these tasty fruits in place of high calorie candy or sweets. The more naturally sweet citrus fruit you eat the less you will crave high calorie treats. That will make it easier to keep eating healthier. By the time Honeybells go out of season you will be so used to eating naturally sweet fruit to satisfy your sweet tooth that you won’t want to go back to eating cake or candy.
Because these wonderful fruits are so popular you need to order them early. If you don’t pre-order you probably will have a hard time getting any. Some people wait all year to get Honeybells. They taste so spectacular they are worth the wait. They are also very popular Christmas gifts. So order Honeybells now if you want to get some this winter.