Doctors are using this food to heal wounds faster

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If you ever need surgery or have a wound, this is priceless information.

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Doctors are using this to heal wounds faster

Have you seen the TV dramas that feature flesh-eating bacteria?

Usually in these fictional shows there are doctors in clean rooms wearing massive protective gear and deciding whether or not to cut off a person’s arm.

In reality, it’s a relatively rare infection. But it does happen, which is why it’s so scary.

In fact, skin and soft tissue infections from surgeries are a main cause of hospitalizations.

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To combat these infections, researchers are starting to use more novel approaches based on traditional medicine.

Secondary infections after surgery are common.

There are a lot of common surgeries that use surgical mesh – such as hernia surgeries.

Unfortunately, the mesh also increases the risk of infection by giving bacteria a place to live.

“Skin and soft tissue infections are the most common bacterial infections, accounting for around 10% of hospital admissions, and a significant proportion of these are secondary infections following surgery.”

These types of infections make up a LARGE part of the hospital admissions for infection.

In fact, knowing about this rate of secondary infection is one of the main reasons that I try to stay away from hospitals in the first place.

I don’t want to get surgery to fix something and then end up with an infection that is difficult to treat.

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Increased antibiotic resistance is causing problems with existing treatment.

Doctors used to treat these secondary infections with antibiotics.

But – and this has been all over the news – antibiotics aren’t always working as well as they did.

“Currently, any infection is treated with antibiotics, but the emergence of antibiotic resistant strains – or ‘superbugs’ – means scientists are on the hunt for alternatives.”

Many bacteria are becoming antibiotic resistant…

And this makes secondary infections more dangerous than ever.

That’s why researchers are looking at ways to PREVENT these secondary infections instead of using straight antibiotic treatment.

Honey is proving to work to inhibit infection.

The good news is that Manuka honey (a type of honey native to New Zealand) is showing a lot of promise in this area.

Here is what they’re testing: When doctors implant the mesh, they use a kind of slow-release honey on the mesh surface.

“Mesh is implanted inside the body to provide stability while the internal tissues heal but, unfortunately, it also provides the perfect surface for bacteria to grow on. Once the bacteria form a biofilm on the surface, it’s very difficult to treat the infection. By sandwiching the honey in a multilayer coating on the mesh surface and slowly releasing it, the aim is to inhibit the growth of the bacteria and stop the infection before it even starts.”

This honey has antibacterial action that helps to PREVENT infections from forming on the surface of the mesh in the first place.

Because preventing infections is WAY better than treating them. AND it lowers the chance of new bacteria developing resistance.

Honey can also be used to treat skin infections.

I’ve also found that real honey can be used to treat skin infections.

There are products out there such as Wound Honey that is great for skin infections and will heal wounds.

But you can also use any honey that is sold in the supermarket, as long as it’s real.

Make sure it’s from the US if you live here… Some brands from other countries are just colored corn syrup.

Fake honey won’t do anything good for you and doesn’t have the antifungal and antibacterial properties of real honey.

All you need to do is smear some on the wound and cover it. It works well in many cases.

Of course, never let a wound fester. If it’s getting worse, seek medical care.

Honey is really good for the gut.

Real honey is also very good for the gut.

If you take a tablespoon a day, it can make your entire gut system run better.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


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