Is Information in Online Forum of the ADA Reliable?

Q:

I once asked a question about honey eating in diabetic diet in the American diabetes association. The professional there said honey is good for diabetes while my doctor suggested no honey in diet. Is information there reliable?

 

A:

First question, I think the professional and your doctor are both right. Honey is good, but patients with diabetes should treat it carefully in terms of its calories and sugar content. You should refer to your latest glucose to decide to add it or not.

Secondly, about the diabetes info in ADA, I think they are great. Their professionals consist of diabetes educators, medical researchers, doctors. So you can get most diabetes education from this website.

 

 

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