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Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by Rog, Jul 24, 2021.
Are we ok to take that . I’m a T2 in remission
I use it on fish and in salad dressing, but it isn't anything magical.
Why Apple cider vinegar in particular? Would other vinegars do?
It's supposed to help your bgl by drinking it in a glass containing water.
I tried it once, it's not to my liking so did not continue with it. I have been told by my GP that it has side effects with some heart medications, Digoxin in particular.
A trained herbalist recommended this (raw type) as being a new study with good results. It has to be apple cider vinegar .I can drink a tablespoon neat or in water x 2 a day.
This am my reading went down overnight the lowest in 10days of testing. I would need to experiment by stopping it , then restarting 48hrs later to see if the same happens before feeling positive about it.