Only vinegar made by fermenting apple cider vinegar is popular. In fact, it has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, including Hippocrates himself. From healing sore throats to its use as a disinfectant, apple cider vinegar has proven its versatility for many years. But is this the popular panacea today? Is it the secret ingredient we all were looking for to lose weight, lower blood sugar and improve heart health?
This vinegar is made up of fermented apples, and apple cider vinegar has a good reputation. In fact, it has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, including Hippocrates himself. From healing from sore throat to use as a disinfectant, apple cider vinegar proves its versatility. But is this a popular panacea? Is it the secret ingredient we all were looking for to lose weight, lower blood sugar and improve heart health?
Many people have high hopes for apple cider vinegar, but it's important to note that these benefits are modest, but don't say goodbye to your doctor first. However, we have found that apple cider vinegar can affect your health when used in combination with a healthy lifestyle.
Most striking is the ability to better regulate blood sugar levels, especially in people who are insulin resistant. In a small study at Arizona State University, diet therapist Carol Johnston found that using apple cider vinegar before bedtime had a positive effect on blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes, reducing blood sugar levels by up to 6%. I found that I would let you.
Other studies have found a link between pre-meal use of apple cider vinegar and post-meal blood sugar levels, according to Johnston.
Based on the information currently available, we recommend using it as part of a salad dressing or diluting it with water. She explains that the acetic acid in vinegar prevents the body from absorbing starch quickly. In addition, he warns that apple cider vinegar is not the only way to control blood sugar levels.
Surprisingly, another advantage of apple cider vinegar is its ability to help with heart health. Some studies have actually found a link between vinegar use and lowering triglycerides, blood pressure, and total cholesterol.
Can this vinegar also be used to lose weight and control cancer growth? One study found that taking vinegar (especially not apple cider vinegar) had a slight effect on body weight. It showed that people who consumed vinegar lost about one-third of a week on average than the control group. In modest amounts, apple cider vinegar has also been shown to help lose weight when combined with healthy lifestyle options.
These findings are very noteworthy, but the other benefits of apple cider vinegar are currently less noticeable. Regarding skin problems, American Academy of Dermatology spokespersons do not recommend apple cider vinegar for most illnesses, except for its use as a home remedy for insect bites.
Regarding the use of sore throat, despite Hippocrates pledged this remedy, most doctors do not recommend it and warn against never taking it alone without first diluting it.
Finally, and repeatedly noted for its disinfecting properties, some studies have shown that it is not the best source of natural cleansing and is as effective as many other household items such as salt and lemon juice. It turned out to be. According to some studies, it's probably better if you want to disinfect other harmful bacteria.
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