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What’s more, the rating of satiety was directly related to the acetic acid level, implying the more vinegar you consume, the more you feel.

“The highest level of vinegar significantly lowered the blood glucose response at 30 and 45 minutes, the insulin response at 15 and 30 minutes,” the researchers wrote.

The low and intermediate levels of vinegar also lowered the 30 minute glucose and the 15 minute insulin responses significantly, they noted.

General tips for lowering blood sugar

In addition to eating well, physical exercise helps lower your blood sugar level.

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