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Honey can increase your insulin level and help control your blood sugar. Also being a potent source of antioxidants can be used as an adjunct to standard anti-diabetic drugs. Research has shown that honey may prove to be a valuable sugar substitute in diabetics. The therapeutic effects of honey in the management of diabetes may not only be restricted to controlling blood sugar levels but also may be extended to metabolic syndromes and cardiovascular diseases.


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How can honey control diabetes?

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Processed sugar adds a lot of glucose to your bloodstream, which can ultimately lead to diabetes. Honey, on the other hand, causes a slower release of glucose in the blood, which leads to fewer spikes in insulin. Diabetics are often advised to consume honey instead of sugar because of this reason. Additionally, honey also has lower levels of glucose, which can help you control your blood sugar without having to completely give up on sweet things. 

Can diabetics eat honey? If yes, how much?

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Yes, diabetics can consume honey. The exact amount of honey that you can consume depends entirely on your weight, blood sugar levels, co-existing conditions, and weight loss goals (as diabetics are often advised to lose weight to manage the disease better). In general, 1-2 tablespoons of honey per day is considered to be safe for consumption. However, you should confirm the same with your doctor or nutritionist.

What is the best way to consume honey for diabetes?

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By replacing sugar in your diet, you can consume honey without bidding all sweet foods goodbye. Check out these easy recipes that replace sugar with honey!