So I've been reading alot of articles n forums online about acv (apple cider vinegar) helping lower blood sugars.. well i went out n bought some last night n my results have been dramatic with just 24 hours of use. Has anyone else tried this? I take 2 tblsp with 4 oz of water n it makes me have to cut my novolog dose in half at mealtimes

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Thank you all for your views and experiences. I have noticed that I am becoming somewhat immune or resistant to the acv as it does not do as much for me like it was before. However, Im sure my incresed stress levels play a part in this. It does keep my fasting bg levels in the morning low so I will continue using it. Plus it has many other benefits. I guess its just like other things, not all things work the same in all people..

When one of my meds started to be less effective, my doctor suggested that I suspend taking it for 2 weeks, and then start over. It worked. :)

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