What about apple cidar vinegar? At a diabete class, it was recommended to help with BS numbers
Actually, a small number of studies have shown that taking 1-2 tablespoons of vinegar before a meal helps to reduce insulin resistance and lower blood glucose numbers. But you should talk to your healthcare provider if you are thinking of taking apple cider vinegar. Vinegar is highly acidic, so too much may irritate your esophagus (throat) and also erode tooth enamel. Long-term use of apple cider vinegar may decrease bone mass and lower blood potassium levels, as well as interfere with certain medications.