Honey and it's anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties
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Honey anti-bacterial activity has been attributed to the proteins present in the honey. Imagine that! Here is the scientific literature outlining the honey proteins antibacterial activity.
The colloidal structures change over time when water is added to honey. Here is the latest information published regarding these changes and how this impacts on the anti-bacterial properties.
Manuka honey is a little different because the Manuka honey does not produce hydrogen peroxide because glucose oxidase is inhibited. This means Manuka honey is special because it cannot produce hydrogen peroxide and yet it still kills bacteria and viruses. How it does this is not known as MGO the so called magic molecule gets broken down in cells by the glyoxylase pathway. This suggests an alternative explanation is needed to explain the amazing health beneficial properties that Manuka honey has. I have that explanation.
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