Question: How much Honey can I eat a day?

The American Heart Association recommends that men consume no more than nine teaspoons (36 grams) per day; women and children, no more than six teaspoons (24 grams) daily. A teaspoon of honey contains almost six grams of sugars.

What happens if you take too much honey?

Digestive issues like constipation can get worse with too much consumption of honey. The high fructose content in honey can lead to constipation, even if you dont have any existing issue. It can also lead to bloating or diarrhoea as your body cannot digest too much sugar at once.

Is honey in hot water good for you?

Honey, when mixed with hot water, can become toxic Turns out, honey should never be warmed, cooked, or heated under any condition. A study published in the journal AYU found that at a temperature of 140 degrees, honey turns toxic. When you mix honey in hot milk or water, it turns hot and turns toxic.

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