What Effect Can Vinegar Have On Diabetes Vinegar and diabetes ... what effect can vinegar have on diabetes? Much more than what most people think! According to recent research, vinegar slows the absorption of blood sugar after meals (when drunk with meals) and, when taken at bedtime, it reduces the fasting blood sugar, the morning. Professor Carol Johnston, Ph.D., working on the subject of ‘Vinegar and Diabetes’, with his research team from the ‘Department of Nutrition’ at the University of the State of Arizona, published the results of the two following researches: The apple cider vinegar before meals (2004) The apple cider vinegar at bedtime (2007) In 2010, the University of the State of Arizona published the results of another research, this one to determine the effect of apple cider vinegar on blood sugar of healthy adults. The apple cider vinegar with meals for healthy adults (2010) Are you comfortable with the lack of help available out there for your diabetes condition? 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You can check it out here Study No. 1 of vinegar and diabetes Cider vinegar before meals… The team of researchers from the University of the State of Arizona has recently shown that drinking apple cider vinegar slows the rise in blood glucose after eating a meal high in carbohydrates. These results were reported in the scientific journal ‘Diabetes Care’ in 2004. (See References). The test process - vinegar and diabetes… In this study, 29 people were given a breakfast of orange juice and a bagel, a total of 87 grams of carbohydrates. Two minutes before the meal, half the subjects received 20 grams (about 4 teaspoons) of cider vinegar in 40 grams of water and 1 teaspoon of saccharine. The other group received a placebo drink. A week later, the test was redone, but the opposite: the group that received the placebo drink was given the cider vinegar and vice versa. The blood glucose level of the participants was measured before and after lunch. Participants were classified into 3 groups as follows: 1. 10 people with ‘Type 2’ diabetes 2. 11 people in pre-diabetic stage (insulin resistant) 3. 8 healthy individuals (control group) Test results - vinegar and diabetes… Analysis of the results showed that in the three groups, the consumption of cider vinegar slowed the rise in blood glucose after a lunch rich in carbohydrates: 1. For the group of ‘Type 2’ diabetes, their glucose levels dropped by 19% 2. For the pre-diabetes group, their glucose levels after meals down 34% Observations and conclusions - vinegar and diabetes… Based on these results and on two other recent research (see references 2 & 3), Dr. Johnston believes vinegar tonic influences the absorption of foods rich in carbohydrates, which reduces the rise in blood glucose that normally occurs after a meal. She says: "The acetic acid in vinegar may inhibit enzymes that digest the starch so that the carbon molecules are not available for absorption and are eliminated as feces." "Vinegar appears to have similar efficacy to that of some of the most popular drugs against diabetes" (Acarbose or Metformin) to continue Dr. Johnston, "further research to analyze the effectiveness of vinegar as a therapy against diabetes justified." This is particularly important because we expect to see an increase of about 50% of ‘Type 2’ diabetes in the United States of America in the next 25 years. Are you comfortable with the lack of help available out there for your diabetes condition? No…then in addition to the ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’ natural aid – we would encourage you to take a gander here: The 30 Day Diabetes Cure is an essential and viable option for good deliverance. In addition, two recent large-scale trials, the Diabetes Prevention Program and STOP- NIDDM, have shown that therapeutic agents used to improve insulin sensitivity in diabetics could also delay or prevent the onset of diabetes ‘Type 2’ diabetes in people pre-diabetic phase. References: 1. C. Johnston, C. Kim, A. Buller: Vinegar Improves insulin sensitivity to a high- carbohydrate meal in subjects with insulin resistance or diabetes. Diabetes Care 27 :281- 282, 2004 2. Ogawa N, Satsu H, Watanabe H, Fukaya M, Tsukamoto Y, Miyamoto Y, Shimizu M: Acetic acid suppresses the activity That Increase in disacchatidase OCCURS DURING culture of Caco-2 cells. J Nutr 130:507-513, 2000 3. Fushimi T, Tayama K, Fukaya M., Kitakosh K., Nakai N, Tsukamoto Y, Sato Y. : Acetic acid feeding Enhances glycogen repletion in liver and skeletal muscle of rats. J Nutr 131:1973-1977, 2001 _______________________ Study No. 2 of vinegar and diabetes Cider vinegar at bedtime… In August 2007, a second study was conducted at the ‘University of the State of Arizona’. This time it was to determine the effect of apple cider vinegar on blood glucose, fasting in people with ‘Type 2’ diabetes. The test process - vinegar and diabetes… 11 people with ‘Type 2’ diabetes, not taking insulin but have a prescription for oral anti- diabetics, should either take one ounce (30 grams) of cheese and water (placebo) or 1 ounce (30 grams) cheese, 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of apple cider vinegar and water for two days. A few days later, the snacks were reversed. The blood glucose level, at sunrise, was measured every morning. Test results - vinegar and diabetes… The researchers found that the average glucose levels fell by 2% for the placebo group and 4% for the group receiving the cider vinegar. Looking at the figures more closely, they noticed that it was the participants who had glucose levels the highest that had benefited most from the brew cider vinegar: their blood glucose levels fell by up to 6%. Observations and conclusions - vinegar and diabetes… These results demonstrate that the cider vinegar, taken at bedtime can significantly reduce the concentration of glucose in ‘Type 2’ diabetes. The study authors concluded that "Vinegar is widely available, it is economical and is promising as a cure. However, much remains to be done to show that vinegar is a useful supplement for individuals with diabetes." Reference: White A, Johnston C: Vinegar Ingestion at Bedtime Waking Glucose Concentrations in Moderate adults With Well-Controlled Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care 30 :2814-2815, 2007 (Web Link) Study No. 3 of vinegar and diabetes Cider vinegar with meals Adult health… Are you comfortable with the lack of help available out there for your diabetes condition? No…then in addition to the ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’ natural aid – we would encourage you to take a gander here: The 30 Day Diabetes Cure is an essential and viable option for good deliverance. In January 2010, another study was published by the team from the ‘University of the State of Arizona’. This time she wanted to know the effect of apple cider vinegar on blood sugar of healthy adults. The test process - vinegar and diabetes … In this study, four trials at random and crossed were conducted with 30 healthy adults and nine adults with ‘Type 2’ diabetes. All participants ate a regular meal the night before the test, then, after a period of 10 hours, they were served a meal for the test; consisting of a bagel, butter, fruit juice containing no more than 10 grams of vinegar. Two hours later, the test was done. Test results, observations and conclusions - vinegar and diabetes… When measured 2 hours after meals, the analysis of results showed, in the case of healthy adults, who take 2 c. tablespoons (10 grams) of vinegar with a meal composed of complex carbohydrates, reduced sugar levels by 20% compared to placebo. 10 grams of vinegar 5% acetic acid is the most effective dose for reducing blood sugar; taking vinegar with meals is more effective than 5 hours before the meal. Researchers say that "... drink hot tea with two teaspoons of vinegar and a little lemon juice is a delicious drink." They also say that the ‘American Diabetes Association’ recommends taking steps to reduce the blood sugar after meals. Reference: "Examination of the Antiglycemic Properties of Vinegar in Healthy Adults." Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism, 2010, 56 (1) :74-9. PMID: 20068289, Johnston SC, Steplewska I, Long CA, Harris LN, HR Ryals. ( Web Link ) Are you comfortable with the lack of help available out there for your diabetes condition? No…then in addition to the ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’ natural aid – we would encourage you to take a gander here: The 30 Day Diabetes Cure is an essential and viable option for good deliverance. Vinegar and diabetes Correlation between insulin levels and weight loss… Recent medical research emphasizes the correlation between insulin levels and weight loss. This; coupled with the fact that vinegar slows the rise of sugar after meals, lead us to believe that taking ‘Apple Cider Vinegar’ before a meal causes a reduction in the amount of insulin needed to digest and therefore facilitates the loss weight. Remember: - Do not Die of Ignorance…! Consult Your Health Practioner.
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