Three groups of people can not drink honey!
three groups of people can not drink honey!
1, cirrhosis patients can not drink honey:
generally speaking, hepatitis B patients are very suitable for drinking honey, because the monosaccharide provided by honey does not need to decompose the liver to synthesize, it can reduce the burden of the liver, but the patients with cirrhosis can not drink honey, because it will aggravate liver fibrosis.
2, less than one year old baby should not eat honey:
honey is rich in nutrition, is a popular food. Many new mothers will also add honey to the complementary food of infants to adjust the taste and increase the nutritional value. However, experts pointed out that infants under 1 year old are not suitable for honey.
honey is easy to be contaminated by botulinum during brewing and transportation, because bees may take the pollens and honey contaminated by botulinum back to the hive during pollen collection. The spores of botulinum can survive at 100 ℃. Due to the weak gastrointestinal function and the poor detoxification function of the liver in infants, especially in infants less than 6 months old, botulinum is easy to reproduce in the intestine and produce toxins, thus causing poisoning.
poisoning symptoms often occur 8-36 hours after eating honey or food containing honey. Symptoms often include constipation, fatigue and loss of appetite. Although the risk of botulinum infection in infants is very small, doctors still suggest that children should not be given honey and its products until they are one year old.
in addition, experts also remind that infants and young children over 1 year old to drink honey should also be careful, the amount of consumption should be appropriately reduced compared with adults.
, patients with diabetes can not take honey:
grams of glucose per gram of honey, about 35 grams, 40 grams of fructose, about 2 grams of sugar, dextrin about 1 grams.
both glucose and fructose are monosaccharides, which can be directly absorbed into the blood without digestion after entering the intestinal tract, causing the blood glucose to rise. Sucrose and dextrin can be absorbed after being slightly hydrolyzed. Therefore, the effect of honey on increasing blood glucose is particularly obvious. From this point of view, people with diabetes are not allowed to take honey.