Can a diabetic person eat honey??
My dad is diabetic and I was just thinking whether he can eat honey or not.
Yes, normally he can eat decent amount of honey. However, it is important that he keeps track of his blood glucose level and HbA1C regularly.
No Honey to your Dad please.Pure Honey is pure sugar concentrate as I understand.
Yes, honey helps to lower blood sugar levels. Some people go around shooting information without facts about diabetics and honey. One teaspoon of honey in your tea over several weeks, helps to lower blood sugar levels significantly.
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