Honey's Potential Dangers: 7 Possible Effects
One tablespoon (or 21 grams) of honey is equal to 64 calories. It has a lot of calories.
Increased honey consumption may raise the risk of honey allergies, which are rare.
Ingesting a bacterial spore that generates a toxin causes newborn botulism. Honey contains C botulinum, a bacterium.
Honey may be better than table sugar, but it still has sugar. Studies suggest diabetics avoid honey.
Honey causes diarrhea. Fructose outweighs glucose. Incomplete fructose absorption may cause diarrhea.
Honey naturally has microorganisms. Dust, air, soil, and pollen include bacteria, yeast, and molds.
It's hard to move honey. Honey can cause tooth decay if not properly cleaned.