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Somebody please explain to me why honey can't get out of date...
A friend told me this, but I'm not sure... Are there any other nature products/food similar to honey that are lifelasting...?
If there are special proteins/enzymes behind this magic effect, can we use/take advance of them...?
It is concentrated sugar which means any bacteria trying to survive in it would have a hard time staying homeostatic. Also I've been told that honey is quite acidic.
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Hi there! Bees have in their "stomach" lacteal bacteria. In honey these bacteria are also present. Lacteal bacteria produce bacteriocines that have aseptic effects.
LAB(Lacteal bacteria) are naturally found in vagina of woman.They are also found in milk so are easy transmitted to baby. They protect baby's organism by producting bacteriocines that kill patogenic bacteria in baby's intestine. Many milk products have supplement-LAB cultures like Bifidobacterium bifidum or Lactobacillus acidophilus.
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Thank you for the information. Bees are always interesting to search. How they organize labors, get food, protect each other, and of course their sweet dancing things
Unfortunately they are insects... their babies scared me much
Yes, I'm living proof. Got pure honey and stored it in the refrigerator for a while, then it freezed and turned into something white afther then. The smell did not change though.
Btw.. Dr. Stein, what do you mean with 'spiders are ot insects?'
Poi studiaro' sempre la biologia..
i guess here are some of the differences between insects and spiders.
# Spiders have two main body parts, eight walking legs, simple eyes and piercing jaws (fangs), abdominal silk spinning organs, anterior abdominal genital opening.
# Insects have three main body parts, six walking legs, compound eyes, antennae, chewing jaws (mandibles - often secondarily modified), posterior abdominal genital opening.
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