Friday, June 20, 2008

Another Study on Vinegar & Diabetes

Using Vinegar To Help Control Diabetes

A study published in Diabetes Care showed that vinegar could dramatically reduce the spike in blood sugars that diabetics experience after eating a meal.

In this study the researchers gave a group of people two tablespoons of vinegar just before a meal.  Next, they measured their blood sugar levels an hour later. The group had an average drop of 25% in blood sugar levels after the meal when they took the vinegar.

People who were highly prone to becoming diabetics had an even greater drop in their blood sugar spike. It dropped nearly 50%.

So…if you are a type 1 or type 2 diabetic, or prediabetic, start taking a vinegar appetizer right before a meal. 

See my post here for other studies, and my recommended "vinegar cocktail"! 

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