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Honey cornbread has long been considered a better option for a breakfast cereal than regular flour, but some researchers have questioned the health benefits of honey and its taste.
In a new study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers say honey cornbread is as good for you as regular cornmeal.
The researchers, from the University of Iowa, conducted a study on more than 7,000 healthy children and found that honey cornmeal was just as good at helping with weight loss and helping to protect against childhood obesity.
“It’s the kind of evidence that you would find in a randomized controlled trial, a double-blinded study,” Dr. Michael Furlong, a professor of pediatrics at the University at Buffalo, told ABC News.
“It’s not necessarily a bad thing.
But I think it’s a very, very good thing.”
The research is the first to look at the health effects of honey in a large group of children.
The study was designed to examine whether honey can reduce the risk of obesity.
A diet that included honey and regular cornbread was also studied.
In the study, children were randomly assigned to receive either honey or regular corn bread.
The kids were told to eat a mixture of 3.5 ounces of honey corn bread, 2 ounces of regular corn, and 3 ounces of peanut butter.
The research was done from April to October, and the researchers followed the kids for at least 18 months.
“The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether the honey or peanut butter is better for you, or whether there are some other things that we can do to make it healthier,” Dr Furlang said.
The children were given a daily questionnaire to measure their weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes.
“When it comes to obesity, honey corn was pretty good,” Dr David Cahn, a clinical associate professor of medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, told the Associated Press.
“But we can’t eat it all at once, so there is a lot of variability between the different foods that we eat.”
Dr Cahn said honey corn would be best for children between the ages of 6 and 14, and for adults as well.
He said children should be careful about the type of honey they eat, and only eat it if it is free of added sugar.
“You shouldn’t have too much honey,” Dr Cahn told ABCNews.com.
“And you shouldn’t overdo it, either.
There is a range in the sugar content.
But it’s not too much, not too little, just right.”
The researchers found that the children who ate regular corn did not have as much insulin and triglyceride levels, which are important risk factors for heart disease.
But honey corn did have more vitamin C, iron, and potassium than regular corn.
Dr Furlung said he thinks honey corn could help children with obesity because it can help them absorb vitamins D, E, and K from the corn, which can help reduce the amount of sugar in their diet.
The researchers said the honey corn looked much more appealing to the children, who were hungry and hungry.
“The kids who eat honey corn are not starving, they are hungry,” Dr Margo Ziegler, one of the study authors, said.
“They are not thirsty.
They are not tired.”
Dr Fructman, the researcher who conducted the study with Dr Chan, told CBS News that the researchers did not take into account the children’s waistlines.
“We had them go through the questionnaire and they were very clear on that,” he said.
“They were not measuring body fat.
They were measuring body weight, and their body weight was not measured, but their waistlines were,” Dr Ziegl said.
He added that the results suggest that the honey may not be the same as regular wheat.
“What we’re saying is that you have a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes and other things,” Dr Gail J. Fructmans, director of the School of Public Health at the College of William and Mary, told CNN.
She added that children with a higher body weight should eat a lower fat diet.
Dr Cohn agreed that there is no evidence to support a link between honey and obesity.
“Honey is just a grain, like most grains, and it doesn’t have much of a nutritional value,” he told ABCnews.com, adding that he is not sure that honey could be a healthy alternative for children.
“What we do know is that the sugars in honey are very high in calories, and I think that it’s important for children to eat as much of that as possible,” Dr Jernstedt said.
Dr Gail Fructmann is the lead author on the paper, and she said she is excited about the results.
“When I look at it, I’m like, oh my god, honey is such a good cereal,” she said.
The study was funded by the National Institute of