Can diabetics eat honey?
It is not advised by doctors for diabetics to eat honey. This is
because it still contains glucose, which can still increase the
blood sugar level.
No. Honey is pure sugar.
Generally, it is safe for type 1 diabetics to eat honey. As long as they keep their blood sugar levels within tolerances, they usually can eat whatever they like (in moderation, of course). It is a good idea for any a type 1 diabetic to consult with their health care provider before any major diet changes.
Yes, honey is considered good and safe for diabetics, although supervision of physician is mostly appreciated. It is safe to take 1 teaspoon of honey each morning, as it will fill up with the energy you mostly need, will not raise blood sugar to spike; and in addition, honey has anti-oxidant properties; therefore, as diabetics are prone of heart disease, they can get this natural benefit.