Side Effects of Eating Honey

reduce inflammation

"Honey contains anti-inflammatory properties by lowering prostaglandin levels in the blood."

reduce cough severity

"Consuming honey may aid in reducing symptoms of upper respiratory infections including cough frequency and cough severity,"

relieve GI conditions

Honey can help alleviate symptoms of some gastrointestinal issues like diarrhea, constipation, and ulcers.

protect against free radicals

 "Honey is understood to provide antioxidant benefits by protecting the body from free radical damage,"

protect your heart

"Most people don't know that honey is actually an amazing source of antioxidants. Just make sure you're getting high-quality, minimally processed honey,"

damaging to the teeth

Nicole Lindel, RD and Everlywell Advisor suggests you keep an eye on your honey intake because it can cause some damage to the teeth.

fatty liver disease

Fructose is the main sugar found in honey. With that in mind, it can be dangerous for those with fatty liver disease. 

lessen allergy symptoms

"Unfortunately, does not help with allergies because the pollens that bees collect are usually from flowers, which are not as potent and don't provoke your immune system

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