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WARNING: This video is for informational purposes only. It is NOT medical advice. Only your health care provider will be able to tell you if ACV is a proper treatment to lower your blood sugar.
ABOUT ME: I am a 25 year old former pre-diabetic with insulin resistance. I have reversed both with diet, exercise, and smart supplementation. The purpose of these videos is to share the knowledge I have learned along my journey of lowering my glucose levels and improving my insulin sensitivity.
This is the benefits of taking apple cider vinegar if you’re a diabetic, pre diabetic, or if you have insulin resistance:
What is apple cider vinegar?
Well, it’s fermented vinegar made from apples! ACV has a very sour–very strong taste to it.
Most people just call it “ACV”
It’s very popular in the health community and has a number of health benefits–other than lowering blood sugar. It can also effectively treat dandruff, potentially lower blood pressure, treat warts, and many many other uses:
People generally mix a tablespoon or two of apple cider vinegar with water and drink it down on an empty stomach before breakfast.
It can be bought in a few different forms …
If you’re looking to take ACV for blood sugar lowering purposes and improving insulin sensitivity… we’re going to want to go with the raw cider vinegar.
Benefits of ACV for diabetics
Shown to improve insulin sensitivity by 20 to 30 percent–which is huge. Some type 2 diabetics produce too much insulin. When you eat food–your blood sugar goes up–your body produces insulin to lower it.
When you have diabetes your body doesn’t respond to insulin like it used to–you need produce more of it and more of it and more of it.
Your body eventually becomes resistant to the effects of insulin.
The thought is — when you become more sensitive to insulin—
your panaceas doesn’t need to work as hard to get your blood sugar levels down after a meal.
Apple cider vinegar is thought to lower blood sugar spikes by 20 to 30% when taken before a meal.
Some people prefer to take ACV before a carb-heavy meal and notice benefits from doing this — there are also digestive benefits to taking ACV before a meal.
And studies have shown that it overall can lower your fasting glucose levels.