A phrase that’s been around for years has been that an apple a day keeps a doctor away. Well now that’s changing to a shot of apple cider vinegar a day keeps the doctor away. It doesn’t seem like a very tasty thing to do first thing in the morning, nor is it really what someone might crave, but what you do want are the results. Apple cider vinegar is the most popular vinegar used in the natural health world. It has loads of benefits, including, but not limited to, weight loss and helps reduce diabetes symptoms.
Apple cider vinegar is high in acetic acid, which refers to the way it is made. The apples are turned into yeast and that ferments the sugar that is in the vinegar turning it into alcohol. When the bacteria are added, its becomes acetic acid. This acid can kill pathogens, which is why taking the vinegar daily can really boost your immune system. This type of vinegar, since it’s organic, is also full of protein and enzymes. There are also only 3 calories per tablespoon.
By taking apple cider vinegar, you can also help regulate your insulin sensitivity and lower your overall blood sugar levels after eating. This product is great for patients with type 2 diabetes because it can reduce blood sugar levels by up to 35 percent. There are also studies that show that including apple cider vinegar in your diet for at least 12 weeks can aid to weight loss because the lower blood sugar and insulin levels make you feel more full and have less cravings for food. Keep in mind that these results are documented through experiments where patients have had the apple cider vinegar in their system over time.
There has been a lot of information released online lately about the effects of apple cider vinegar and because of this, a lot of people have taken interest. I encourage you to try it, as I have myself and have seen some of the results take place. It is safe to try yourself as there are no side effects since it is a natural product. One to two tablespoons a day, or a “shot” in the morning or at night should be sufficient. It doesn’t cure everything, but it sure will give you a boost. I hope you like the results!
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