Apple Cider Vinegar Affects on Blood Sugar

Apple cider vinegar has been found to be an effective tool for diabetics hoping to manage their blood sugar levels.

Subjects in the study drank a 1:2 ratio of apple cider vinegar with warm water before each meal. Testing after the meal revealed that insulin-resistant subjects had a 34% lower after-meal glucose levels.

This study supports earlier research that showed apple cider vinegar could prolong the time it takes for the blood to absorb carbohydrates. The earlier research was conducted to test whether apple cider vinegar could produce similar effects on the body as drugs like acarbose. Surprisingly, the research found that apple cider vinegar was more effective than the drugs for helping patients who were insulin-resistant.

Additionally, a 2011 study found that apple cider vinegar lowers waking glucose concentration levels in type 2 diabetes. This finding suggests that vinegar could promote that production of insulin in the same way as some diabetes medications.

Although researchers have not been able to exactly pinpoint what causes these reactions on blood glucose, it is believed that the cause is related to the antiglycemic effects of the acetic acid found in apple cider vinegar.

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References

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/27/1/281

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/30/11/2814.full