Can Vinegar Lower Glucose After Meals in Diabetes?

Q:
Vinegar gets more popular in the treatment of diabetes. Is it true that vinegar can lower the blood sugar?

A:
Past studies have shown that vinegar helps improve insulin sensitivity, improving type 2 diabetes’ blood glucose controlling. Now, research also indicates vinegar consumption is effective at controlling after-meal blood glucose in Type 1 diabetes. But more studies are needed.

You can take a try with your doctor’s permission.

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