10 Benefits of ACV

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2. Could Help Lower Blood Sugar Levels

It's not only people who have type 2 diabetes that could benefit from taking ACV to lower blood sugar levels. Some researchers state insulin resistance, a condition that increases the risk of pre diabetes, diabetes and heart diseases can be improved by apple cider vinegar. Insulin resistance can also speed up the aging process and cause various chronic diseases.

According to a recent trial, consuming apple cider vinegar before bedtime could positively affect fasting glucose concentrations in anyone with type 2 diabetes.


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