In a study published in Science Direct, the benefits of apple cider vinegar including cholesterol were investigated.
The study noted: “A randomized, clinical trial was performed to examine whether Apple cider vinegar (ACV) can result in dietary modifications that provides beneficial effects on the management of body weight and serum metabolic profiles in overweight or obese individuals.
“The participants were randomly allocated into the ACV or the control group (RCD only) for 12 weeks.
“The ACV significantly reduced body weight, BMI, Hip circumference, visceral adiposity index and appetite score.
“Furthermore, Plasma triglyceride (TG) and total cholesterol (TC) levels significantly decreased and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) concentration significantly increased in the ACV group in comparison to the control group.”
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