Honey has an antibacterial effect, but is it okay to eat it with yogurt?
Suddenly, these questions passed through my head, and from the perspective of the intestinal environment, I investigated "Can honey and yogurt be eaten together?", So I will introduce the results!
- Since no conclusion has been reached, please read it if you can forgive that point.
Can I eat honey and yogurt together?
I eat yogurt every day, and I put honey as a matter of course.
Today, honey has antibacterial and bactericidal effects. If you eat it with yogurt, you may also be sterilizing bacteria that you are going to deliver to the folded intestines, aren't you? The question came to mind. When I examined it immediately, there was a page introducing the contents of the purpose of "feeding good bacteria such as lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria contained in yogurt and helping to grow in the intestine" (here). However, on this page, the basis is not recorded, and there is only the spirit to let the affiliate buy yogurt with one point of "It seems to be ○○", and honestly it was not appropriate for anything ('ω') It is a pity.
If you take too many honey, bifidobacteria and some good bacteria will decrease.
Next, I found yamamura gakuen yamamura kokusai high school biological club (high school?) This is the result of the study. The results are observed by administering manuka honey and LG21 (lactic acid bacteria that fight risk) to mice by varying the amount.
There were some interesting points. First of all, 10 g of manuka honey (the conversion amount when ingested by humans) is exterminating the worst bacteria, but if you take any more, the number of good bacteria decreases and the number of bad bacteria is increasing . The second is that all bifidobacteria are reduced by taking manuka honey (1) to (6) w(He is called Bifidobacterium). The above oligosaccharides were baited and the speculation that bifidobacteria proliferated was directly denied w What can be seen from this is that if you want to prepare the intestinal environment, honey is good to take an appropriate amount.
Honey also seems to have lactic acid bacteria.
In addition, when I was examining various things, I found that there was lactic acid bacteria in honey. For example, there were 137 lactic acid bacteria made by Mitsubachi. (Mitsubachi Institute of Health Sciences), so there is a possibility that you can take lactic acid bacteria just by eating honey. However, the lactic acid bacteria contained in these honey should change depending on the bee you get and the flowers you collect. In addition, since it is not known how much of this can withstand stomach acid and survive in the intestine, it can be said that it is unknown how lactic acid bacteria in honey affect the intestinal environment.
So, I examined eating honey and yogurt together. The theme is "Can I eat honey and yogurt together?" And what I found out is that if honey is taken too much, the good environment is sterilized and it is not good for the intestinal environment. It is said that it is good to eat a spoonful of honey before going to bed, but it may not be so good from the viewpoint of the intestinal environment. The fast was a honey school, but this may also need to be changed. I wonder if enzyme drinks are good after all?
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