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Benefits Of Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar

It may not be the tastiest drink but apple cider vinegar has become a staple in many shopping baskets because it of its impressive health benefits, although some of these benefits have not been back up scientifically.

Not only can it be an added ingredient in many recipes like salad dressings and sauces, but drinking a small amount daily has huge benefits but remember too much of it can sometimes cause problems – so two teaspoons in a cup of warm water or tablets with 285 milligrams of dehydrated apple cider vinegar are also commonly sold. Don’t think about drinking it straight, your esophagus isn’t designed to withstand all that acid or is your stomach.

Here are some of the impressive benefits of our new ‘fav’ morning drink

Aids weight loss

Apple cider vinegar can sometimes make you feel full which helps with weight loss. Short term studies say you eat fewer calories and it can reduce belly fat but the long terms effects on weight loss are unknown but it certainly helps you on your journey.

Lowers blood sugar levels

Apple cider vinegar is claimed to help diabetics as it lowers your blood sugar levels. Several studies have shown a link between the two so there is no harm in trying.

Gives you extra energy

Apple cider vinegar contains potassium and enzymes that may relieve that tired feeling. If you are doing a lot of exercise and are stressed your body is full of lactic acid and apple cider vinegar acts as an antidote, this is according to Readers Digest.

Helps your skin

It makes a great natural toner, it helps your skin glow and can help those who suffer with acne although it probably won’t clear your acne.

It is also suppose to increase the benefits of the minerals and vitamins in the food you eat. It is also known to kill bad breath.

Enough reasons to have us running to the shop to buy a bottle. The only problem is, it doesn’t taste great.

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