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August 2015 Issue

Sipping Apple Cider Vinegar; Sulfur in Dried Fruit

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, used apple cider vinegar to clean wounds. Now, apple cider vinegar—made from the fermented liquid of crushed apples—is viewed as a healthy elixir touted for diabetes control and weight loss. Studies have shown that taking apple cider vinegar with a high carbohydrate meal and at bedtime can significantly lower blood sugar and insulin responses for people with prediabetes or diabetes.

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