See What 1 Tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar Does for Your Weight, Cholesterol and Blood Sugar Levels
Vinegar. You probably don’t know it, but it is one of the oldest flavoring agents in history. In fact, residue from vinegar has been detected in vessels that go as far back as 3000 BC.
Since the 1950s, apple cider vinegar, a variation of this acetic acid that is derived from apples, has been a popular liquid that has been used for its health benefits. Dr DeForest Clinton Jarvis, the author of Folk Medicine, popularized apple cider vinegar (ACV, as it is often referred to) when he shared its amazing health benefits.
Apple Cider Vinegar and Cholesterol
Cholesterol, that waxy-like substance that helps to create cells, isn’t always a bad thing. There are two types of cholesterols; LDL, or the bad cholesterol that creates plaque that can build up and you’re your arteries and HDLs, the good cholesterol, which helps to break down the LDLs. When you have too much LDL cholesterol, you could be dealing with a serious problem with your health. When too much builds up, your arteries are less flexible, which can lead to blockages.
Apple cider vinegar, which contains high levels of pectin, can help to break down those LDLs, flush it out of arteries and direct it to the liver, where it is broken down and removed from the body. Take 1 tablespoon of AVC a day and you can significantly lower your HDL levels.
Apple Cider Vinegar and Blood Sugar
If you have diabetes, you might want to consider adding 1 tablespoon of ACV daily to your diet. ACV helps to slow down the digestion of starches, which can significantly lower blood sugar levels. It can also aid in the control of the way the body uses insulin and glucose.
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