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Useful properties of honey - honey for weight loss and beauty

If you ask to name the 10 most useful products, the first lines of this list will undoubtedly be honey. We know its taste since childhood. From time immemorial, our parents and the older generation talk about the taste and healing properties of honey. Do you remember the most delicious cough medicine? Of course, honey and milk. What secrets does this “sweet amber” contain? We will tell you about it and share a wide variety of recipes with honey for health, beauty, weight loss and immunity.

 

Talk about the beneficial properties of honey should start with a story about its rich composition. In addition to sugar, which gives such a delicious sweetness to honey, it contains a large number of trace elements, vitamins (groups B and C), organic acids, and many other components, without which healthy functioning of the human body is impossible.

Interestingly, one of the most stunning and distinctive properties of honey is that the concentration of trace elements in its composition practically repeats the ratio of those in our blood.

Thanks to the sugars (fructose, glucose) that are in the composition of honey, we can talk about the dietary component of this product. How can this be, because we all know that sugar tends to be deposited in fatty tissue?

Honey in this regard is a real mystery: the sugar contained in it is very well and quickly absorbed by our body, without wasting energy for processing in the gastrointestinal tract. This is a terrific product, because only 100 g of honey gives the body as much as 335 kcal of energy!

Useful properties of manuka honey - honey for weight loss and beauty

 The composition of honey also includes hundreds of various mineral salts and trace elements (iodine, manganese, zinc, etc.). Yes, our body needs salts in small quantities, but they play a significant role in strengthening the immune system, ensuring the favorable functioning of many organs and body systems.

The cause of many diseases that worry us is the lack of certain mineral substances consumed daily with food.

Honey is able to fill their deficiency, thereby ensuring the health of our body. Thus, due to its composition, honey normalizes the work of the internal organs of a person, favorably affects the blood, strengthens the immune system and is an excellent source of energy.

 Like any rule, there are exceptions, and honey has special contraindications for use, which, undoubtedly, must be taken into account.

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Contraindications to the use and use of honey

 

First of all, honey is contraindicated for people who have allergic reactions to various beekeeping products. It is also worth noting that honey is not recommended to be consumed in case of restriction of carbohydrates in the diet.

 Returning to the conversation about sugar in the composition of honey, it should be said that its use is recommended to reduce with a disease such as diabetes. Of course, only the attending physician can tell you the rate of use of this product. In severe stages of the disease, for example, honey is absolutely contraindicated. Often people use honey as inhalation.

 It is also worth being careful if there are diseases such as bronchial asthma, a pronounced expansion of the bronchi and alveoli, with various types of heart disease and its valves, at elevated temperatures. Allergy in the inhalation method of using honey is expressed in severe asthmatic attack or suffocation.

 How do you know if you have an allergic reaction to any components of honey? You can make a preliminary test on the skin: spread a small area of ​​skin (for example, near the elbow) with honey and wait. If during the day there will be no changes, redness or rash, you can be almost sure that you do not have an allergic reaction. There is another way to check: you can try to use honey in small quantities.

On the first day, eat half a teaspoon of honey and also wait a certain time. Every day the dose can be increased, and so on to the required rate. If at any time you notice a change in your condition - you should stop using honey. In more severe cases, you need to consult a doctor. Although it is worth noting that an allergic reaction may not occur on all varieties of honey. Next we will tell you about the existing varieties of honey.

 

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