Capilano Honey: World’s First Prebiotic Honey

Who doesn’t love honey?

Now, we have the world’s, first Prebiotic Honey up for grab on the supermarket shelves!

Capilano Honey, an Australia FMCG company, created a 100% natural prebiotic honey, named the Beeotic Honey.

How does it help?

It is clinically shown to improve the good-to-bad bacteria ratio in your gut which may help boost your digestive health. This premium Australian honey provides a natural source of prebiotics, natural, non-digestible fibers that pass undigested through the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract and stimulate the growth or activity of advantageous bacteria that colonize the large bowel by acting as substrate for them.

Okay, I know it might not be easy to be understood. Basically, this honey is totally different from the usual honey! These Prebiotic Honey can improve your digestive well-being! Prebiotics are natural, non-digestible fibres that ‘feed’ the good bacteria in your gut. So Good bacteria increases and bad bacteria decreases!

If you’re a health conscious person, or if you are facing any digestive problems, I’ll definitely recommend you to try Capilano’s new Beeotic Honey.

Just a tablespoon per day, keeps the problems away!:)

These honey jars come in a squeeze bottle and a basic jar. It is also safe for children above 1 years old.

Lastly, thank you Capilano for the invitation to the event! I had done a giveaway in my instagram contest and hope the 3 lucky winners enjoy them too:)

So, Capilano’s Beeotic® will be available in all leading supermarkets in Singapore. The price for a 340g squeeze bottle would be $16.80 and a 500g jar at $22.00.

For more product information, visit their website at:

Capilano Beeotic:

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