Apple Cider Vinegar

Elisi(ay-nee-see)
By Elisi(ay-nee-see) Latest Reply 2017-05-02 14:14:29 -0500
Started 2017-04-28 15:45:08 -0500

Does anyone know if it's 2 tablespoons or 2 teaspoons before or after a meal? I have read several things about it online but they all say different doses.


6 replies

suecsdy
suecsdy 2017-05-02 14:14:29 -0500 Report

I tried it. No matter how I diluted it, it was nasty. Just cannot stand the taste, anyway, anyhow.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2017-04-30 09:31:06 -0500 Report

For me it was 2 Tablespoons before a meal. I stopped doing it because I was looking for glucose reduction, not increased sensitivity. It is something I should revisit now that I have learned the process of increasing sensitivity takes a while.

haoleboy
haoleboy 2017-04-29 15:47:59 -0500 Report

based on what I've read … If I were going to do this I'd take 2 tablespoons right before a meal and at bedtime.
there is quite a bit of evidence that this helps improve insulin sensitivity

WASHED OUT
WASHED OUT 2017-04-28 16:58:12 -0500 Report

Yes, it will help that is an old natural remedy that works in many ways. Here are the top 10.
http://www.top10homeremedies.com/kitchen-ingr...

Elisi(ay-nee-see)
Elisi(ay-nee-see) 2017-04-28 17:06:51 -0500 Report

Thanks washed out, I know the benefits of vinegar but that does not answer my question from above. Thanks anyway.

WASHED OUT
WASHED OUT 2017-04-28 17:28:45 -0500 Report

From what I have read about it , it don't matter if it is before or after the meal as long as it is not long after. The benefit is that it slows the digestion of sugars and starches which in turn keep glucose levels lower by stretching out the time it takes to go into the bloodstream. 20 grams = 4 teaspoons.

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