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Apple Cider Vinegar Keeping The Level Of Healthy Blood Sugar On Track

Update Date: Dec 28, 2016 03:21 PM EST
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The vinegar made from apple must that people usually use in their salads as well as in the marinating processes, vinaigrettes, food preservatives and other recipes does not only enhance the taste and aroma but also provides great benefits for a healthy body. There is some firm research that supports the claims of assisting some of our minor to major concerns in terms of our physical body and health.

It is known to do the work on banishing dandruff, halt hiccups, and whiten teeth to regulating blood sugar, body fats, and other common health problem. A research was conducted on men and woman with type 2 diabetes and prescribes them to take at least two tablespoons of ACV with a snack before going to bed.

On the next morning, the researchers found out that the two had a lower level of blood sugar compared to taking the same snack with two tablespoons of water. It is also shown that ACV is rich with anti-glycemic properties that help maintain a level of healthy blood sugar.

On the other hand, AVC also plays a great role in losing weight. It contains acetic acid which suppresses appetite and at the same time increase metabolism. It was found out that adding acetic acid to a drinking water has a high level of good bacteria such as lactobacillus and bifidobacteria that reduces manifestation of the gastrointestinal disease.

Aside from the mention health problem above, AVC is also a good aid for heartburn, acid reflux, and high cholesterol. AVC helps the body in absorbing minerals from the food that people eat most especially when used as dressing on a leafy salad.

It also contains antioxidants that help in maintaining the body healthy and run smoothly. It is recommended to take AVC at least 1 tablespoon in 60 days to eliminate possible health problems.

 

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