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About Honey Dosage (How Much Can I Eat in 1 Day?)

February 16, 2018

Diet and Lifestyle

 

The amount of honey considered to be optimum depends a whole lot on a person's diet and lifestyle.

For instance, one could be taking foods with very low sugar content every day, leading a very active lifestyle, and following a disciplined exercise regimen, while on the other extreme end; another with a sweet tooth could be taking plenty of high-sugar stuff and living a sedentary lifestyle.

 

Concerns about honey 

 

Eating honey, a very sweet liquid, would cause a gain weight????

 

Actually, the principle of weight gain is very simple: When you eat more than what your body needs, regardless of whether it is sugar, fat, or honey, the excess calories are stored as fat which in turns leads to weight gain.

 

"How much honey is enough?

 

Generally, three to five tablespoons of honey a day is sufficient. A good regimen to follow is to consume a tablespoon or two of honey in the morning with fruit or yogurt or cereal. Another tablespoon should be consumed at bedtime. In between, another one or two tablespoons can be ingested with fruit snacks, in baked goods, or as used in cooking. Honey contains about 60 calories per tablespoon. Generally, the percentage of ones' total caloric requiremnets provided from simple sugars should not exceed 10%. Thus, the 180 to 300 calories a day provided from honey is sufficient, unless excessive energy demands allow for additional consumption."
~ Dr Ron Fessenden, MD, MPM

 

 

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