3. Treatment For Infections
As far back as 4th century BC, vinegar was used both internally and externally to treat infections. However good of a disinfectant that vinegar may be, it’s essentially now contraindicated for internal use, this particularly in large quantities. What some will continue to use is a mixture of 1 tablespoon of vinegar and 1/4 teaspoon of warm water, this to fight off yeast infection, while also maintaining the ideal pH balance.
2. Potentially Reduces High Glycemia
Several studies have shown that by adding a small amount of vinegar into your recipes, can help in reducing glycemia, which is caused by foods that are rich in carbohydrates. So vinegar can potentially play a role to help diabetics keep their condition in check. Although some dietitians are convinced that vinegar does helps control glycemia, which reduces the usage of medication, it’s advised you consult with your doctor first before trying it yourself.
1. Can Help Control Cholesterol
Although the ability for vinegar to keep cholesterol at ideal levels hasn’t been completely proven on humans yet, there’s been numerous results that’s been obtained from animal lab testing, proving the use of acetic acid as a potential medical solution. Using acetic acid under lab testing conditions over a period of time, showed lower “bad” cholesterol levels in the subjects, while also reducing blood pressure.