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What are common nutritional benefits in honey?

What are common nutritional benefits in honey?

Nutrition Honey: There are many nutritional & health benefits to honey. Honey is packed with b vitamins and minerals. The health benefits include boosting immunity, soothing GI effects, antioxidant, throat soother, and anti-microbial. ...Read more

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Is normal cheerios or honey nut cheerios better for cholesterol?

Is normal cheerios or honey nut cheerios better for cholesterol?

Neither: Don't expect any dietary intervenion to do much for your cholesterol or most other health issues. Cheerios are great but you should simply enjoy them for what they are. ...Read more

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Does honey and nut help during weight loss?

Absolutely NOT: They both contain calories and you're trying to reduce your calories, honey is pure sugar. You need to eat 3500 calories less than you burn off to lose a pound. Honey and nuts just make it more difficult. See a good registered dietitian. ...Read more

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Hi, I have gout and need feedback on whether the following food items can flare up gout:? Nuts, white eggs, pomegranate, spinach, wheat bread, honey.

Hi, I have gout and need feedback on whether the following food items can flare up gout:? Nuts, white eggs, pomegranate, spinach, wheat bread, honey.

Gout and food: None of those foods will flare up gout; excellent choices; avoid organ meats, fatty meats, alcohol; drink 3 liters per day; incline diet toward alkaline foods; tart cherry juice helps; good for you for thinking this way..... ...Read more

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I had an upper wisdom tooth removed on tuesday dec 4th. When can I eat honey bunches of oats cereal and granola? As well as cashew nuts.

I had an upper wisdom tooth removed on tuesday dec 4th. When can I eat honey bunches of oats cereal and granola?  As well as cashew nuts.

Normal diet, but....: That was almost 2 weeks ago and the socket should be healed up enough by now for you to resume a normal diet. It would be wise to eat crunchy foods on the other side of your mouth for awhile longer just to be safe. Make sure you rinse out thoroughly after eating and keep the area clean with proper brushing and flossing. Always follow the directions of your own dentist who actually treated you. ...Read more

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