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Apple cider vinegar only contains about three calories per tablespoon, which is very low. There are not many vitamins or minerals in it, but it does contain a small amount of potassium. Quality apple cider vinegar also contains some amino acids and antioxidants. Vinegar can help kill pathogens, including bacteria 2. It has traditionally been used for cleaning and disinfecting, treating nail fungus, lice, warts and ear infections.

Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, used vinegar for wound cleaning over two thousand years ago. Vinegar has also been used as a food preservative, and studies show that it inhibits bacteria like E. If you're looking for a natural way to preserve your food, then apple cider vinegar could be highly useful. There have also been anecdotal reports of diluted apple cider vinegar helping with acne when applied to the skin, but I didn't find any strong research to confirm this.

Type 2 diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels, either because of insulin resistance or an inability to produce insulin 5.

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However, high blood sugar can also be a problem in people who don't have diabetes. It is believed to be a major cause of aging and various chronic diseases. Pretty much everyone should benefit from keeping their blood sugar levels in the normal range. The most effective and healthiest way to do that is to avoid refined carbs and sugar, but apple cider vinegar can also have a powerful effect. For these reasons, vinegar can be useful for people with diabetes , pre-diabetes, or those who want to keep their blood sugar levels low for other reasons.

If you're currently taking blood-sugar-lowering medications, check with your doctor before increasing your intake of any type of vinegar.

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Several human studies show that vinegar can increase satiety, help you eat fewer calories and lead to actual pounds lost on the scale. For example, if people take vinegar along with a high-carb meal, they get increased feelings of fullness and end up eating — fewer calories for the rest of the day 11 , A study in people with obesity showed that daily apple cider vinegar consumption led to reduced belly fat and weight loss However, keep in mind that this study went on for 3 months, so the true effects on body weight seem to be rather modest.


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That said, just adding or subtracting single foods or ingredients rarely has a noticeable effect on weight. Overall, it seems like apple cider vinegar is useful as a weight loss aid , mainly by promoting satiety and lowering blood sugar and insulin levels. Heart disease is currently the world's most common cause of premature death It is known that several biological factors are linked to either a decreased or increased risk of heart disease.

Several of these "risk factors" can be improved by vinegar consumption, but many of the studies were done in animals. Much research has focused on the relationship between reduced prostate cancer risk and tomatoes. For example, a large-scale study of nearly 50, men published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found an inverse relationship between lycopene from tomatoes and prostate cancer risk.

Men with the highest levels of lycopene were 21 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer than those with the lowest lycopene levels. Another study published in PloS One found that alpha-tomatine, a saponin phytonutrient in tomatoes, was associated with the death of prostate cancer cells in a laboratory setting.

Alpha-tomatine was also associated with anti-growth effects in non-small cell lung cancer cells, according to a study in Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics. A review published in the Journal of Cancer Prevention found that lycopene lowered the risk of stomach cancer through its antioxidant actions.

Researchers looked primarily at participants who smoked, suffered from chronic inflammation or had elevated levels of stomach bacteria Helicobacter pylori , though they noted that poor diet and family history could also be risk factors lessened by lycopene.

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Lycopene may decrease stroke risk, at least in men. According to a year study published in Neurology , middle-age men with the highest levels of lycopene in their blood had a 55 percent reduced rate of any kind of stroke. They had a 59 percent reduced rate of strokes from blood clots, the most common kind. The beta-carotene in tomatoes may help protect against cognitive decline. A study published in JAMA found that men who took beta-carotene supplements long term — the study covered 18 years — were less likely to lose cognitive abilities. Men who took beta-carotene supplements for only one year did not see results.

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The authors speculate that the long-term results were the result of beta-carotene acting as an antioxidant, but could also be the result of lifestyle factors or other characteristics. More studies are needed. Additionally, some studies have linked diets with tomatoes to a reduced risk of neurological diseases, including Alzheimer's disease, according to World's Healthiest Foods. Some small-scale studies suggest that the lycopene content in tomatoes may help asthma sufferers. One study, published in Free Radical Research ,found that taking tomato extract reduced lung inflammation.

Another study, published in Allergy , found that a daily dose of lycopene for a week reduced exercise-induced asthma in 55 percent of participants. Researchers suspect this was because of an antioxidant effect in the lungs.

For example, potassium helps regulates your heart beat. Like many fruits and vegetables with edible skins, tomatoes are often covered in pesticides. Tomatoes ranked ninth on the Environmental Working Group's annual Dirty Dozen list, which compiles the fruits and vegetables with the most pesticides. Try to buy organic tomatoes if you can. The leaves of a tomato plant should not be eaten. They contain large concentrations of alkaloids, according to World's Healthiest Foods.

Honey: its medicinal property and antibacterial activity

If eaten in reasonable amounts, tomatoes should produce no serious side effects. If you eat an abundance of tomatoes daily, however, you may experience problems from having too much lycopene or potassium. Consuming more than 30 mg of lycopene daily could potentially cause nausea, diarrhea, indigestion and bloating, according to the American Cancer Society. People with serious hyperkalemia, or too much potassium in their blood, should talk to their doctors about the appropriate amount of tomato consumption.

According to the National Institutes of Health , hyperkalemia can result in irregular heartbeats and other cardiovascular problems, as well as reduced muscle control. Mangieri, a self-described tomato lover, provided some tips on incorporating more tomatoes into your diet. Jessie Szalay is a contributing writer for Live Science. She covers animals, health and other general science topics. Jessie is finishing her master's degree in nonfiction writing at George Mason University and holds a bachelor of arts degree from Kenyon College.

Oats produce a natural moisturizing and soothing effect. Minor sky conditions, as well as chronic conditions like eczema and endogenous eczema, can be improved by topical applications of oats. As recently as , the FDA officially recognized the health benefits of oats. As a result, a wide range of skin-care products containing oats is now available.

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Oats are used medicinally via three primary modes. The most common among naturopathic remedies is the oat straw Stramentum Avenae. More recently, the herb Herba Avenae and the Grain Fructus Avenae have garnered increasing attention for their nutritional importance. Oat straw is often used for baths to help with skin lesions, itching, and dry skin.

For this application, oats are typically harvested before flowering so that the plant retains a rich flavonoid and saponin profile and optimal levels of minerals potassium, calcium, magnesium. Flavonoids serve as anti-inflammatories and saponins possess immune-modulating properties.

Extracts of the oat herb are used to address dry and atopic inflamed skin.

The symptoms of atopic skin include redness, dandruff, and severe itching. Skin care products made from oats, including creams, body milk, and bath additives can be excellent natural treatments for eczema and allergy sufferers. Oat extracts can also be used to effectively treat wounds and sensitive skin due to rosacea and psoriasis. So oats are an ideal healing food for your children. The fruit, or the oat grain, is used as a fully ripened grain, offering a high content of vitamins B1 and B6, and a healthy dose of fiber.

Of particular interest are beta-glucans, which account for about half of the total fiber content in the oats. Beta glucan is a soluble fiber that helps improve cholesterol, digestion, metabolism, and blood glucose levels.

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