Apple cider vinegar can potentially contribute to weight loss and lower blood sugar, as well as increase insulin resistance. This will also reduce belly fat deposits.
A study published by Healthline found that eating apple cider vinegar increased insulin sensitivity by 34% during high-carb meals in people with insulin resistance and by 19% in people with type 2 diabetes.
Experts advise trying apple cider vinegar along with a reasonable diet and regular exercise. But you don’t need to drink it in glasses, doctors warn, too much apple cider vinegar harms digestion and spoils your teeth.