Lipid is fat, so no. Honey is coagulated flower juice, basically. The bees add a few enzymes, but the nature of honey is mostly because it is very dehydrated flower juice.
no, not a significant amount of lipids.
There may be a trace amount but in reality, No, Honey does not contain salt.
Yes there is about 0.03 to 0.4 mg of Zinc in evert 100 g of honey.
Not as much as it is a carbohydrate source.
There are many low-quality synthetic honey products that contain high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavors. Manufacturers put the synthetic honey in many products to reduce their costs.
No, honey is a carbohydrate. Lipids are fats.
No, honey does not contain lipids. Honey actually does not contain any type of fat at all. Honey also is one of the few foods that does not spoil.
cells contain a lipid bilayer with proteins embeded in this.
yes they have coconut milk
yep the honey comb is made out of wax the honey is in the honey comb
A lipid's fatty acids contain more than one (1) double bond of carbon.
they contain more energy than a carbohydrate
A lipid bilayer is a very thin layer that is in between lipid molecules. It is about as think as a piece of paper and can be as large as it needs to be to contain the necessary cells.
Honey doesn't contain sodium chloride.
all sorts of sweets and honey buns :)