Amen to your comments. Best wishes and good luck working your diabetes. Glenn I have a weight-loss endocrinologist and a GP.
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Of course we would also need to report how different this is from our average fasting. Yisroel Are there any studies of Vinegar vs. Is this ANY simple acid, or do some of the benefits seem unique to vinegar? Is there any reason to believe that the vinegar at the beginning of a meal cannot be part of the food of the meal?
Because I am sure that we did not evolve drinking vinegar before eating. But there is the traditional practice from many parts of Europe of eating a salad with vinaigrette dressing before a meal; and many Middle and Eastern European countries traditionally begin a meal with soup, and lots of the old traditional recipes from these areas include some vinegar.
Like many traditional practices, these may have hidden benefits that we are only now discovering. If you had not eaten soup, you had not had supper. Most of the family soup recipes passed down to me have either vinegar or sauerkraut in them. To be authentic, the sauerkraut must be home made.
You bet they work. Thanks for the insight! Donna Bennett what about the tablets that have the apple cider vinegar? I have a hard time with liquid vinegar, but i like pickle juice! Donna, I think the tablets are just as good as liquid vinegar. Pickle juice is largely vinegar, so it should be fine.
Lemon juice has been anecdotally reported to lower postprandial sugars, perhaps by lowering the rate at which sugars are absorbed.
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If possible, please keep track of how whatever you try affects your blood glucose and report back to us. The active principal in vinegar is acetic acid.
Even people who do not consume vinegar get acetic acid, mainly from bacteria in the large intestine. The fermentation of dietary fiber in the large intestine leads to a slow steady release of acetic acid into the blood stream between meals.
Many of the health benefits of fiber are the result of acetic acid produced by friendly bacteria in our gut. Linda Bryan I am starting the vinegar shot today!Abstract Factors Influencing Diabetes Self-Management of Filipino Americans with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by Jocelyn B.
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Diabetes Type 2; Diabetes type 1 in young people (Young People) But management, like my management, because I, because I do eat regularly, I do my injections when I'm supposed to do my injections it does make my sort of my body regulate itself quite well and I'd say my management is pretty good.
External factors that can affect diabetes. A healthful eating pattern, regular physical activity, and often pharmacotherapy are key components of diabetes management.
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