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Zoethout helpt bij of tegen: 

 Hepatitis

 Spijsvertering problemen

 Kanker

 Maagzweren

 Moeheid

 Aderverkalking

 Lupus

 PMS

 Griep

 Verkoudheid

 Diaree

 Aften

 Luchtwegen infecties

 Eczeem

 Misselijkheid

 Autoimmuun problemen

 AllergieŽn

 Stress

 Artritis

 Ontstekingen

 Bronchitis

 HIV

 Hypoglykemie

 Koliek

 Dikke darmontsteking

 Diverticulitis

 Longslijm

 Maag-darmzweren

 Astma

 CVS / ME

 Hoesten

 Prostaatkanker

 Maagslijmvliesontsteking

 Darmkanker

 Borstkanker

 Tumoren

 Darm problemen

 Brandend maagzuur

 Ziekte van Crohn

 Fibromyalgie

 Darmontsteking, zwerend

 Ziekte van Addison

 Immuun problemen

 Menopauze

 Slechte spijsvertering

 

Zoethout helpt organen en systemen:

 

 Bloed

 Milt

 Galsysteem

 Darmen

 Maag

 Lever

 Longen

 Spijsvertering

 Ademhalingsorganen

 Prostaat

 Immuunsysteem

 Gewrichten

 

Gezonde nutriŽnten in zoethout:

 

 Terpenen

 IsoflavonoÔden

 Apigenine

 Fosfor

 Calcium

 FlavonoÔden

 Tannines

 Glycosiden

 

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Voorzichtig met (veel) zoethout tijdens de zwangerschap, het kan een kortere zwangerschap geven de de intelligentie en gedrag van de baby beÔnvloeden:

 

Liquorice consumption linked to shorter pregnancies and adverse affect on child's intelligence and behaviour
Expectant mothers who eat excessive quantities of liquorice during pregnancy could adversely affect their child's intelligence and behavior, a study has shown
Expectant mothers who eat excessive quantities of liquorice during pregnancy could adversely affect their child's intelligence and behaviour, a study has shown.
A study of eight year old children whose mothers ate large amounts of liquorice when pregnant found they did not perform as well as other youngsters in cognitive tests.
They were also more likely to have poor attention spans and show disruptive behaviour such as ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).
It is thought that a component in liquorice called glycyrrhizin may impair the placenta, allowing stress hormones to cross from the mother to the baby.
High levels of such hormones, known as glucocorticoids, are thought to affect fetal brain development and have been linked to behavioural disorders in children. 
The results of the study are published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Eight year olds whose mothers had been monitored for liquorice consumption during pregnancy were tested on a range of cognitive functions including vocabulary, memory and spatial awareness. 
Behaviour was assessed using an in-depth questionnaire completed by the mother, which is also used by clinicians to evaluate children's behaviour.
The study, carried out by the University of Helsinki and the University of Edinburgh, looked at children born in Finland, where consumption of liquorice among young women is common. 
Professor Jonathan Seckl, from the University of Edinburgh's Centre for Cardiovascular Science, said: "This shows that eating liquorice during pregnancy may affect a child's behaviour or IQ and suggests the importance of the placenta in preventing stress hormones that may affect cognitive development getting through to the baby."
Women who ate more than 500mg of glycyrrhizin per week - found in the equivalent of 100g of pure liquorice - were more likely to have children with lower intelligence levels and more behavioural problems.
"Expectant mothers should avoid eating excessive amounts of liquorice", said Professor Katri R-ikk-nen, from the University of Helsinki's Department of Psychology.
Of the children who took part in the study, 64 were exposed to high levels of glycyrrhizin in liquorice, 46 to moderate levels and 211 to low levels.
The research followed on from a study which showed that liquorice consumption was also linked to shorter pregnancies. Laboratory studies have also shown a link between the placenta not working to prevent stress hormones from passing through to the fetus, as well as a link to cardiac and metabolic disorders and behavioural problems in later life.
Source: University of Edinburgh

 

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(25-09-2018)