What happens if an Adult eats too much Honey?

Honey is extremely nutritious and contains more than 180 nutrients such as sugars, proteins, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, active enzymes and so on.



Eating honey every day can supplement the nutrients the body needs, promote metabolism, enhance immunity and resistance, and avoid the risk of various diseases.

But you can’t eat more honey, just eat 1 to 2 tablespoons a day.



The main components of honey are glucose and fructose. 100 grams contains about 35 grams of glucose, 40 grams of fructose, and 2 grams of sucrose.



Both glucose and fructose are monosaccharides, which can be directly absorbed by the body without being digested. If you eat too much honey, the excess sugar will be converted into fat, thereby increasing the risk of obesity.

The glycemic index of honey is 58. Although honey has a lower glycemic index than sugar, but honey is still a food with a high glycemic index. Eating too much honey can easily cause blood sugar to rise.



If you will like to have a one-on-one with a Food Nutrition Consultant. Majorly on Diabetes/Sugar Level/Balance Diet/Blood Pressure… or other things concerning nutrition.



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