Is consumption of honey safe for diabetic?
I'm a bee keeper, and have honey avalable and some people question if honey is safe for diabetics.
- huggzLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Honey is glucose in another form, so you have to be very careful. In very limited quantity it is OK (5mls day);
- Anonymous4 years ago
I am writing to tell you what an incredible impact these methods had on my life! I have had type 2 diabetes for 27 years. For me, the worst part of this horrible disease is the severe pain I constantly get in my feet. The pain is so bad that I avoid standing and walking as much as possible. I've got to tell you that within the first month, my feet stopped hurting altogether and I can now walk totally pain free.
Believe it or not, I even danced at my niece's wedding last month, something I have not done in a many years. I've been following the book for six months now and my blood sugar is well within normal range. I feel great!
I recommend you use the Type 2 Diabetes Destroyer to naturally reverse your diabetes.Source(s): https://bitly.im/aMQlT
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Honey has a higher glycemic index rating than does pure glucose, so the answer to that is that it's not a good idea for a diabetic.
That doesn't mean that it can't ever be used, once in a while, say to sweeten a cup of tea or coffee, PROVIDED that this is part of a real meal.
There are other liquid sweetners that are much more appropriate for use by diabetics.
- How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer.
- itskind2bcruelLv 41 decade ago
Everything in moderation. i wouldn't eat more than a teaspoon of honey a day, and it should be good quality honey such as Royal Jelly. as you know, it's loaded with vitamins and nutrients. depending on your control, you could probably consume 2 teaspoons if you are a fairly active person. activity is what dictates how many carbohydrates a diabetic can consume. check your blood sugar regularly when eating honey and try to stay active. good luck
- CammieLv 71 decade ago
Foods need to be pasteurized for people with diabetes. With our compromised immune systems it can be dangerous to eat "Raw " or unpasteurized foods.
I am sorry but the stuff sold in stores is better for us.
Also remember that people still need to count honey as a very simple sugar and carbs.
- 1 decade ago
Pretty much, sugar is sugar. Although I believe in natural (unprocessed) foods whenever possible, as far as effecting blood sugar honey is just the same as refined sugar.
- 1 decade ago
HONEY IS NOT SAFE FOR DIABETICS,,, IT'S PURE GLUCOSE. ONLY USE HONEY FOR DIABETICS IF THEY'RE GOING INTO A HYPOGLYCEMIC SHOCK.
be very careful.......Source(s): i am diabetic.
- 1 decade ago
Probably natural honey would be ok in moderation. But doesn't store-bought honey have a ton of sugar?
- Vesna GLv 51 decade ago
Only in limited quantities (one tea spoon per day)