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Honey And Diabetes


Honey has been used since early times as both a sweetener and medication. It's a viscous liquid made by honeybees and ranges in color from straw yellow to dark brown. The bees gather nectar from flowers and combine it with enzymes to form honey prior to keeping it in honeycomb cells to keep it fresh. Diabetics get a great deal of information about what you should and shouldn't eat. Perhaps you’ve been told to have honey rather than sugar. What does the science and research say?