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Can eating honey replace the role of oligosaccharides

Oligosaccharides cannot be replaced by honey

1. Honey and oligosaccharides are two completely different substances with different components, purified products and sources. The sugar in honey is mainly monosaccharide, glucose and fructose account for more than 60%, and the rest are fructose and a small amount of sucrose. Honey contains a lot of oligosaccharides, but honey is not pure oligosaccharides.

2. Honey contains a large amount of fructooligosaccharides, accounting for about 45%, and the specific proportion is also related to the purity of honey. Oligosaccharides are found in many daily foods. Oligosaccharides are also food for beneficial bacteria in the body, which can help promote the growth of beneficial microorganisms in the stomach, inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms, and help to maintain the balance of microecology.

Parents with poor intestines and stomach or frequent indigestion are suitable for daily supplement of oligosaccharides to help increase the number of viable bacteria in the intestine. Xiaobian often sees friends who know little red book. It is recommended that Zang Ling stachyose is also a preferred member of the oligosaccharide family and a good choice to help maintain the balance of intestinal microecology. In the morning and evening, add Zang Ling stachyose to regularly provide nutrition for beneficial bacteria, establish a good flora environment, digest and defecate.