Can Diabetics Eat Honey?

Answer

Diabetics should as a rule reduce their sugar intake but they do not have to give it up altogether. Therefore, they can still eat honey but in very small quantities (to have a very low daily intake). Artificial sweeteners can be used instead of honey. Please see you doctor for more advice.
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Honey is actually not good for a diabetic as it does contains starch, glucose and cane sugar as well. These are all what a diabetic should not be using and if they want to sweeten something there are sweeteners made for them to use. You can find more info at: ezinearticles.com
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