They’d better not. It’s not because Manuka Honey is honey, a really sweet food, because diabetics CAN eat honey, but they SHOULD NOT eat Manuka Honey. According to latest research, besides diabetes there are other conditions that would impose a restriction from eating manuka honey: renal failure, hypertension and sepsis. Why isn’t manuka honey good for diabetics? Because of its MGO content. The same substance that makes it such a good antimicrobial product. Nothing to worry about its glycemic index (GI) as it is lower than that of sucrose – the refined sugar which should be avoided by diabetics. Besides this low GI, other minerals and vitamins in honey assist in balancing the blood sugar. Please see the article mentioned above for all compounds in honey that help in diabetes and what doses are to be taken.

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