Apple cider vinegar may help diabetics maintain their blood glucose levels by lowering the glycemic level of food in the digestive tract, WebMD reports. It also is used to boost the body's ability to fight off infection,... More »

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Apple cider vinegar, along with other types of vinegar, goes bad after around 5 years. It stays good indefinitely if it is unopened. More »

Apple cider vinegar is a popular ingredient for both its nutritious and culinary value. It has been used in folk medicine for digestive issues, wart removal, flu and cold remedies and much more. More »

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Apple cider vinegar is purported to hinder the body's absorption of starches, reports WebMD, but the issue is controversial in the medical community. While Dr. Carol Johnston believes apple cider vinegar has clear anti-g... More »

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Apple cider vinegar is believed to lower blood pressure in animal studies, but WebMD warns that, as of 2014, the effects have not been fully studied. Whether apple cider vinegar can similarly affect the blood pressure in... More »

Some studies show that apple cider vinegar may trigger genes that break down fats, reports WebMD, and this can contribute to weight loss. However, the effects are minimal and subtle, which means exercise and diet are sti... More »

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Apple cider vinegar helps with controlling diabetes and blood sugar levels, according to WebMD. Cider vinegar's antiglycemic effect is similar to certain medications that control blood sugar in that it blocks some starch... More »

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