Apple Cider Vinegar and Diabetes
The latest research findings on vinegar and diabetes are dramatic. Of all the potential health benefits of apple cider vinegar, perhaps, the benefits in the area of type 2 diabetes is the most pronounced. Several studies have found that vinegar may help lower glucose levels. One or two tablespoons per day is sufficient.
In 2004, a study cited by the American Diabetes Foundation found that taking apple cider vinegar before meals significantly increased insulin sensitivity and dramatically increased insulin sensitivity and dramatically reduced insulin and glucose spikes that occur after meals. Blood glucose levels improved an average of 25%. Remember, apple cider vinegar is extremely acidic, which can be quite harsh, so always dilute with water or juice before swallowing.
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