I have had an underactive thyroid for over 7 yrs now, for the last 5 yrs I have been holding steady on the same dose of eltroxin. I started taking 'Honegar'(cider vinegar and honey) 3 weeks ago and am now having palpitations since Monday. The doc seems to think that I need to cut my meds down now..........is it possible that the 'honegar' is having a positive effect on my thyroid function ???? I am also a T1 diabetic since Oct 2006 but don't think this has anything to do with it. Anyone ever heard of this happening before ? I'm so curious.
Boy I'm curious to see if this works for you.
I am the same as you, low thyroid and diabetes.
I've been on cytomel and Levoxyl for over 8 years now.
Weird that you got diabetes after thyroid problem - mine was the opposite.
Drank some apple cider vinegar tonight (1 oz) for the first time. Ach!
Held my nose and chased it with diet DP and still...Ach!
I felt in all the way down my chest to my stomach - I know that isn't physically possible, but I did, instantly. Now I have a headache.
Trying to get rid of candida.
You should definately try it with honey, I buy it alreeady mixed in health shop....'HONEGAR' and while it's not something I look foward to taking, it's not that bad at all. I guess the honey makes italot more palatable,it's a 50/50 mix.
My heart palpitations have stopped now, its like a fluttering in your chest, irregular heart beat kinda thingy.......
Let me know how you get on and likewise I'll let you know how its working out for me...... I'm T1 diabetioc so no chance of it curing my diabetes lol
All the best
The best way to take ACV is to put a couple tablespoons into a cup, match it with honey, and then fill the rest of the cup up with hot water. You'll get an excellent apple cider out of it. If it's too tart, you can add honey in until it tastes sweeter, or if you need to be more careful with your sugar, you could probably manage with stevia.