Vinegar helps control type 2 diabetes.

Early evidence suggests that adding a little vinegar to the diet may help control blood sugars.

It's thought that the acetic acid in vinegar reduces starch digestion and slows the movement of food through the stomach. Vinegar may also increase the body's response to insulin.

Researchers are using 2.8 grams of acetic acid daily. This works out to be about 2 tablespoons of white or apple cider vinegar twice daily with meals.

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