Vinegar to Beef Up Your Muscles

Vinegar to Beef Up Your Muscles

Have you ever heard of the term ‘insulin’? It’s a hormone that helps your cells use protein to build up muscles. That’s why, insulin can be your friend or enemy, depending if you are insulin sensitive or insulin resistant. Let’s hope that you are leaning towards the more insulin sensitive type. If not, here’s one simple secret to help you.103[1]

Add vinegar to what you eat. You may not be fond of its sour taste, but here’s quick information that may change your mind. Recent studies say that vinegar (acetic acid) helps boost insulin sensitivity by increasing the response of glucose and insulin following a carbohydrate rich meal. Another research concludes that vinegar increases insulin sensitivity by up to 34 per cent. Acetic acid inhibits the action of disaccharidase, mimicking the action of metformin or acarbose, drugs used in the treatment of Type II Diabetes.

Meanwhile, a study involving 29 participants had the following groupings: group 1 for persons with Type II Diabetes, group 2 for pre-diabetics and the last group for healthy individuals. Apple cider vinegar was given to each participant prior to eating his meal. Here’s what the study found:

  • Improved blood sugar levels were found in all three groups who took vinegar.
  • The group with diabetics had better blood sugar by up to 25 per cent.
  • Compared to the healthy individuals, those with pre-diabetic symptoms had even lower blood sugar levels.
  • The group with pre-diabetic symptoms had reduced their blood sugar level to almost half.

Researchers conducted a follow-up study and they found that consistent intake of vinegar led to losing about two pounds in a span of four weeks. Meanwhile, another study revealed that Type II Diabetics taking two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar prior to sleeping had lowered their blood sugar readings by a significant four to six per cent.

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Rachelle Kazenbroot, a pharmacist of 17 years, has developed a loyal following among locals for her genuine concern for the individual needs of each customer. With a wide knowledge base and a driving passion for complementary therapies, she is results focused when it comes to customer health care.

Her vision for Netpharmacy was to create a seamless experience for those who prefer the convenience of on line shopping, by providing quality care and service without compromise.

Rachelle’s background combines two disciplines – as well as being a qualified pharmacist she also studied natural health – she is able to offer customers both on line and in store, the best of both worlds.

Rachelle Kazenbroot, a pharmacist of 17 years, has developed a loyal following among locals for her genuine concern for the individual needs of each customer. With a wide knowledge base and a driving passion for complementary therapies, she is results focused when it comes to customer health care. Her vision for Netpharmacy was to create a seamless experience for those who prefer the convenience of on line shopping, by providing quality care and service without compromise. Rachelle’s background combines two disciplines – as well as being a qualified pharmacist she also studied natural health – she is able to offer customers both on line and in store, the best of both worlds.