Are apple cider vinegar shots good for your health?

Apple cider vinegar has a long-documented history of use in traditional medicine as a treatment for a number of ailments ranging from skin infections to common coughs and colds.

But it can also lower blood sugar levels in type2 diabetes …

The most effective and healthy way to regulate blood sugar levels is to avoid refined carbs and added sugars, but apple cider vinegar may also have a beneficial effect.

Research suggests that cider vinegar offers the following benefits for blood sugar and insulin levels:

A small study suggests vinegar may improve insulin sensitivity by 19–34% during a high carb meal and significantly lower blood sugar and insulin response.
In a small study in 5 healthy people, vinegar reduced blood sugar by 31.4% after eating 50 grams of white bread.

A small study in people with diabetes reported that consuming 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before bedtime reduced fasting blood sugar by 4% the following morning.

Numerous other studies in humans show that vinegar can improve insulin function and lower blood sugar levels after meals.

Are Apple Cider Vinegar Shots Good For Your Health? - Prolongevity
Are apple cider vinegar shots good for your health?

Our latest YouTube Videos and Podcasts

Subscribe and enable notifications to be the first to hear about our latest videos and podcasts

Graham interviews Dr David Unwin, aka lowcarbgp! | The ProLongevity Podcast - Episode 27

Meet Cory: The American Pharmacist who gave up drugs! | Graham Phillips & Cory Jenks | Episode 26

Lies My Doctor Told Me | Dr Ken Berry & Graham Phillips | The ProLongevity Podcast - Episode 25

Reversing the ageing process | Graham Phillips & Dr Michael Bazlinton | Episode 24

Contact Us


    Why ProLongevity - Want to know more?

    Book a Free Health Assessment