Honey is still sugar and will contribute to the same issues as cane or refined sugars.
No honey has glucose so one should not take honey thinking that it is calorie and glucose free.
If your blood sugars are under control. Small amounts of honey can not harm you. It's better for your body than refined processed sugar. I would only suggest taking it in your tea when your sick (honey and lemon tea). Don't do this every day or in high amounts
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