An ingredient that may be found in your pantry is blackstrap molasses, which is a thick dark syrup. It’s done when the sugar cane plants are treated to make sugar. Although refined sugar is widely considered unhealthy, the thickness of the blackstrap molasses syrup holds minerals and nutrients that are absorbed by the plant. These minerals and nutrients include iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, vitamin B6, copper, and selenium.
Blackstrap molasses also have no fat, cholesterol and almost no sodium. Therefore, it may be consumed by a diabetic person. it’s important to consume the product in moderation, therefore, less than a tablespoon per day.