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Contraindications to the use of honey

Contraindications to the use of honey

Natural bee honey surpasses all existing natural products with its richness of useful microelements and vitamins.

Honey is both nutritious, healing and delicious delicacy. It is used in medicine, cooking, cosmetology and other areas of our life. The methods of using honey are as varied as the purposes. And like any medicinal or complex product, honey may have contraindications for use.

Since honey is a highly nutritious product, consisting of 79% of the purest easily digestible carbohydrates, there is a natural and logical limitation of the amount of daily honey consumption: for an adult it is 100 g, for a child – 30-40 g.

The main reason why you need to use honey with caution is an allergy to pollen, which is found in natural flower honey (More about this article “honey allergy”)

It is also necessary to carefully introduce honey into the diet of young children, since immunity and metabolic processes in the body of a small child may not be ready to get acquainted with such a product as honey.

In any case, if you have a predisposition to allergies, but you want to feast on honey, check the reaction of your body, for some time using honey in small quantities – about ½ or 1 tsp. in a day.

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