What is the effect of oral vinegar ingestion on postprandial glucose levels?
Metadata[+] Show full item record
What is the effect of oral vinegar ingestion on postprandial glucose levels? Evidence-Based Answer: The evidence is mixed. Preprandial oral ingestion of vinegar may reduce postprandial glucose levels by anywhere from 19% to 25%. Any such effect may be greater in combination with high-glycemic index meals (SOR: C, RCTs with limited-quality disease-oriented evidence).
Evidence-based practice 18, no. 02 (2015): 8-9