A recent study shows apple cider vinegar helps lower blood glucose levels in rats. Again, few scientific studies prove its effectiveness in humans, and people with any health concerns should consult with a doctor before trying any natural remedies. For people with diabetes, apple cider vinegar may be safe to take in addition to prescribed medications.
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