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Dear customers, following frequent calls from diabetics asking whether honey can form part of their diet, we are proud to place on the market DIET-HONEY. Honey contains approximately 35% glucose and is therefore not suitable to form part of a diabetic’s diet. DIET-HONEY, however, has a lower level of glucose and an increased quantity of allowed sugar – fructose, and is enriched with honey to form a varied and rich chemical composition. DIET- HONEY can also be used by diabetics as a sweetener (due to ingredients which do not require insulin during metabolism). Ingredients:
fructose 55%, aqueous solution of sorbitol 40% and honey 5%. Consumption: The recommended daily dose is 60g, which must be divided into several meals. Caution:
In severe cases of diabetes, consult a doctor before consuming due to the presence of a small quantity of glucose in the honey. Excessive use may have a laxative effect. Keep out of reach of children. How to store:
Store at room temperature.