Apple cider vinegar (ACV) may help lower blood pressure due to its acetic acid content.
ACV may also help improve insulin sensitivity and reduce inflammation.
ACV can be consumed by mixing it with water or incorporating it into dressings and marinades.
However, excessive consumption of ACV may cause adverse effects such as tooth enamel erosion and low potassium levels.
It is essential to talk to a healthcare provider before using ACV for blood pressure management.
ACV should not be used as a sole treatment for hypertension and should be used in combination with other lifestyle modifications and medications.
Individuals taking certain medications, such as diuretics and insulin, should use ACV with caution and under medical supervision.
ACV is not suitable for everyone, and some people may experience digestive issues or allergic reactions.