Apple cider vinegar (2 or 3 teaspoons to 8 ounces of water) supplies dietary fiber and other ingredients, which are beneficial in controlling blood glucose levels. A study suggested the consumption of apple cider vinegar slowed the rise of blood sugar after the high-carb breakfast The acids and enzymes promote better digestion and nutrient absorption, which is impaired in many diabetes sufferers.
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White vinegar (possibly apple cider vinegar as well, I haven't tried it) is great for dissolving hard water deposits.
Just let it soak on the object you want to clean for a little while and the hard water deposits wipe right off. For faucets I soak a paper towel with vinegar and wrap it around the faucet.
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