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Re: hummingbird nectar?


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Posted by azteclizard on October 25, 2002 at 20:11:55:

In Reply to: hummingbird nectar? posted by leahhough on October 25, 2002 at 16:21:53:

Hummingbird nectar is basically all sugar(glucose and fructose)not unlike honey. I have heard of adding honey to the baby food. The only purpose that i can see for that is to increase the simple carb. content and boost calories. Fruit baby food is essentially all fructose anyway. So, the only reason i can speculate for adding either honey or hummingbird nectar to your baby food is during beeding season to help in recovery from egg laying. Just a thought...


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