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What Is The Nutritional Facts Of Honey Nut Cheerios
Accidentally gave my 7 mth old a few honey nut Cheerios instead of the regular kind. Will she be okay?? Botulism?
Does dry roasting of nuts,seeds,chickpeas, etc increase their calorific value or reduce their nutritional benefits?
No and no: No and no. Thanks for trusting in Healthtap! ...Read more
I know oil roasting of nuts increases fat & calorie amt & thus is unhealthy.But iam wondering if oil roasting decreases nutritional benefits of nuts??
Yes: With the exception of meat, most food is most nutritious in its raw or steamed form as many nutrients are heat-sensitive. ...Read more
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.
I had an upper wisdom tooth removed tuesday last week when can I have honey bunches of oats cereal? Also when can I have granoloa or 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.
Eat carefully: It depends on the state of healing. You should ask your surgeon, who probably saw you last week in follow up. A call to his/her office for clarification is the best way to go. If the dentist thinks they need to see you to assess the healing before saying ok then go be seen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As an adult i developed allergies to tree nuts, honey, celery & mangos. 1 case of anaphylaxis. Does it sound like leaky gut or adult onset allergies?
Generally safe: Raw honey takes advantage of the fact that honey is naturally antibacterial. Most honey degrades by crystallization rather than decompostion or mold formation. Raw honey is a source of carbohydrate calories so it is equivalent in many ways to sugar although natural food afficionados prefer it as a sweetener rather than processed sugar. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, many benefits: Manuka honey contains unique manuka factor, a blend of antioxidant phenols with antimicrobial and other healing properties. While more research is needed, there is evidence that it can treat infections topically and when taken internally may help ulcers, gastritis and reflux amongst other conditions. See http://www.Naturalnews.Com/035959_manuka_honey_healing_medicine.Html for more info. ...Read more
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