Apple Cider Vinegar is a liquid that’s produced by fermentation of apple cider. The sugar in the juice is fermented by yeast or bacteria, lending it a sour taste. The mixture is then added to alcohol and finally to vinegar. Turns out that the liquid thus formed, called apple cider vinegar, has some amazing qualities.
And after reading this, we’re pretty sure you’d want to include this magical potion in your life, too. So, what makes ACV so special?
Apple cider for weight loss
Apple cider, in the small quantities of just 15 ml. can be beneficial for weight loss. It is a researched and proven fact that apple cider vinegar aids the process of weight loss.
Against blood sugar
Apple cider has been proven to be a good ingredient in lowering blood sugar. And in many cases it is also advised by doctors to their patients with type 2 diabetes, in order to keep their blood sugar levels in check.
Improves heart health
Many studies have shown that consumption of apple cider vinegar improves the health of the heart. ACV lowers triglycerides and cholesterol in blood, and also blood pressure, which significantly improves the health of the heart.
Absorption of food
Apple cider vinegar helps the intestines to better absorb the food that we consume on a daily basis, thus, increasing the overall nourishment that your body receives through food.
Protection against bacteria
The consumption of apple cider vinegar, adds more acid to the body, thus reducing the pH levels in the stomach. This helps in killing E. coli and other harmful microbes and bacteria, which in turn, protects the body from infections and sicknesses.
These are just a few of the many benefits that apple cider vinegar can offer you, if you add it in small quantities to your daily diet. So, what are you waiting for? Go grab your very own bottle of that magic potion!
Last Updated on by Dr. Damanjit Duggal
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