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What type of vinegar should people with type 2 diabetes use?

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Individuals with Type 2 diabetes may explore the possibility of using apple cider vinegar, as it showed promising results in studies published in 2004 and 2007 by the American Diabetes Association. More investigations are required to establish the efficacy of vinegar for diabetics.

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What type of vinegar should people with type 2 diabetes use?
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The study published by American Diabetes Association in 2004 indicated that apple cider vinegar, when consumed in a diluted format just before a meal, can greatly improve postprandial insulin sensitivity in individuals with Type 2 diabetes. The study published in 2007 suggested that consuming apple cider vinegar at bedtime may have a beneficial impact on waking glucose concentrations for individuals with Type 2 diabetes.

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