Health tips: apple vinegar is one of the common drinking products in many families. It tastes sour and sweet, healthy and delicious, and is deeply loved. But do you know its deep effect? Many studies have confirmed that apple vinegar can not only improve arthritis and gout, but also help reduce blood sugar and relieve excessive appetite. According to the latest foreign media reports, a new US study found that drinking 1-2 tablespoons of apple vinegar a day can also improve the level of good cholesterol (HDL), which can help improve heart health.
The new study was conducted by researchers at the University of Minnesota. A total of 120 participants were investigated in the clinical trial. Half of them drank apple vinegar and the other half drank a placebo containing 2% diluted Italian black vinegar water. The results showed that participants who drank 1-2 spoonfuls of apple vinegar a day for eight consecutive weeks had significantly higher levels of good cholesterol in their blood than those who drank placebo.
Another independent animal study also found that feeding apple vinegar reduced bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and raised good cholesterol levels in diabetic animals. The key to apple vinegar's health benefits, such as lowering blood fat, protecting heart and preventing diabetes, is that apple vinegar can accelerate fat metabolism.