Typically there are no official rules concerning taking vinegar internally. Various people take 1 to 2 teaspoons a day by mixing in a glass of water, before having meals or in the morning had reported the health benefits by doing so.
Research suggests that taking 1 to 2 teaspoons of small amount vinegar can produce several real health benefits.
1. Cure DiabetesVinegar is known to contain the properties of anti-glycemic which beneficially stabalize your blood sugar levels.
Theoretically is that vinegar might deactivate some of the digestive enzymes that break down carbohydrates into sugar, in that case helps to slow down the conversion of complex carbohydrate into sugar from a meal into your bloodstream.
This allows your body having more time to pull sugar out of your blood, preventing your sugar levels from spiking.
Study also found that vinegar treatment improved insulin sensitivity in 19 percentages of individuals with type 2 diabetes and 34 percentages of those with pre-diabetes.
2. Promote Heart HealthVinegar supports heart health in various ways. As explained in the Journal of Food Science:
High levels in apple cider vinegar contain Polyphenols, like chlorogenic acid, which can prevent from the oxidation of LDL (Bad Cholesterol) and improve heart health by avoiding risk of cardiovascular diseases.
3. Weight LossVinegar helps to promote lose weight, the reason is having an anti-obesity effect by increasing satiety and reducing the total amount of food consumed.
There are volunteers consumed a small amount of vinegar together with a high-carb meal (one bagel and a juice), ends up they consumed less food for the remainder of the day.
The reduction amount counts to be about 200 to 275 calories a day, which is result in a monthly weight loss of up to 1.5 pounds.