Honey is in the category of the so-called. "Free" sugars, and according to the definition of the World Health Organization, they are "monosaccharides (glucose and fructose) and monosaccharides (sucrose) added to foods and beverages in various forms, such as honey, fruit syrups, fruit concentrates and oscillation types of sweet situp. "According to the World Health Organization's recommendations for the preservation of health and prevention of obesity in young and elderly, no more than 10% of the energy value of food for any kind of" free "sugar, including honey, should be taken at the daily level. This represents an intake of about 50g of sugar intake per day, including all foods containing some kind of "free" sugar.
According to the recommendations of the World Health Organization for the Creation of Healthy Diets, the WHO additionally recommends reducing the daily amount of all types of sugar imported to 5% of the total energy value of food.