The health benefits of apple cider vinegar
Several studies have been conducted to determine the effect of apple vinegar on human health. This is what we have learned from the results of these studies:
Consuming 1 Tbsp of Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) on a daily basis will experience the following benefits:
It’s high in antioxidants, which boost the health.
According to numerous studies, ACV can regulate the blood sugar levels.
Some preliminary research suggests that vinegar may be useful to diabetics. In one study published In 2007, the investigators found that patients with type 2 diabetes who consumed 1tbsp ACV before bed showed improvement in blood sugar levels following morning.
- Good Cholesterol (HDL High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol )
Apple cider vinegar maintains the good cholesterol levels and prevents the cause of high cholesterol.
- High blood pressure
Acetic acid may help reduce high blood pressure as shown in the survey results.
- Acid Reflux
Acid reflux is caused by low level of acid in the stomach.
Take 1 Tbsp of ACV and drink a glass of water, because ACV has antibiotic properties, that will boost the level of acid and solve problems.
- Loss a Weight
Apple cider vinegar increase metabolism which enables our body to burn fat faster and prevent the accumulation of excess pounds and suppresses the appetite.
One study (published in 2009-s in the “Biosciences, biotechnology and biochemistry”) found that obese people who consumed daily acetic acid over a period of 8 weeks experienced a significant decrease in body weight, the amount of abdominal fat, waist circumference, and triglycerides.
Apple cider vinegar has powerful antibacterial action, and it is very effective in the treatment of infections.
- Acid Alkaline Balance
Vinegar is also used to establish a balance of alkaline acid. The theory behind the alkaline diet refers to the fact that our blood is slightly alkaline nature (with normal pH values between 7,35 and 7,45), and that our diet should match with the pH interval. ACV has an alkaline effect on the body. It is recommended to take one or two tablespoons of ACV dissolved in water as a natural daily health tonic.
Other uses of apple cider vinegar
- Chronic fatigue
- Sore throat
- You can promote your heart health by consuming 2 tbsp of ACV on a daily basis.
- If you decide to consume ACV on a daily basis, nutritionist suggests to dilute 2 tbsp of ACV in a glass of water and add 1 tbsp of honey for better taste.
- If you don’t like the taste of ACV, you can add it to your meals or salads for better absorption of essential minerals from the food
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is one of the most effective and beneficial ingredients that can naturally treat innumerate illnesses and conditions.
Side effects and safety measures
Undiluted apple cider vinegar can damage the esophagus and other parts of the digestive system. Drinking apple cider vinegar may damage tooth enamel. Cases of excessive use of integration of apple cider vinegar and low levels of potassium in your blood (hypokalemia) and lower bone mineral density. People with osteoporosis, low potassium levels, as well as those who are taking drugs to reduce potassium levels should be careful when using apple cider vinegar. People who are allergic to apples should avoid the use of apple cider vinegar. Vinegar applied to the skin may cause burns and scarring. Excessive doses of apple cider vinegar may cause damage to the stomach, duodenum, and liver.