- In 400 B.C
- The vinegar resulted in less high blood sugar spikes
- Research has also found that adding lemon juice or vinegar reduces the formation of anti-glycation end-products (AGEs), the often harmful oxidant compounds that are formed when food is cooked.
- This study provides some scientific basis for the old wives tale about cider vinegar and weight loss
- In practical terms, this might mean eating a salad with a vinegary salad dressing, drinking a lime or lemon presse (minus the sugar) with food, or adding balsamic vinegar for flavour to a meal
- For example, try steam-frying Brussels sprouts and adding a little balsamic vinegar in the last few minutes of cooking
- Apple Cider Vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history
- the great Hippocrates, Father of Medicine, is said to have used it for its amazing health qualities.
In a study on type 1 diabetics, adding two tablespoons of vinegar to a meal lowered its glycaemic load (as measured by plotting the rise and fall in blood sugar levels after the meal) by 20%
Certified Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is unfiltered, unheated, unpasteurized and 5% acidity. Contains the amazing Mother of Vinegar which occurs naturally as strand-like enzymes of connected protein molecules.
NO REFRIGERATION REQUIRED.