For decades (let’s be honest, its probably been WAY longer), holistic practitioners have been using apple cider vinegar for a plethora of things and now, science is affirming a couple of those things: diabetes, weight gain, and digestive health.
“A study published in Diabetes Care looked at men and women with type 2 diabetes. The researchers found that when the participants downed two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before bed with a snack (one ounce of cheese), they had lower blood sugar levels the next morning, compared to when they ate the same bedtime snack paired with two tablespoons of water.”
Shedding the extra pounds
- Participants were divided into three groups.
- For 12 weeks, one group drank a daily beverage containing half an ounce of ACV, another drank a daily beverage with one ounce of ACV, and the third group had a daily drink with no ACV at all.
- At the study’s end, those who drank one of the beverages with ACV had less belly fat, lower triglycerides, lower waist measurements, lower body weight, and a lower BMI, compared to the no-vinegar group.
Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
Source: Health Nut News