Apple Cider Vinegar: Should you drink it?

Next time you see that bottle of apple cider vinegar sitting on the shelf at the grocery store and wonder besides salad dressing what else can it be used for? Well, organic apple cider vinegar has several medicinal uses and can also find a place in your medicine cabinet. This is because it is  antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal, can soothe a sore throat, heal heartburn, get rid of warts and has plenty of other uses.  Read on to find out more about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar.

Some studies show that regular consumption of organic apple cider vinegar can boost intestinal flora and strengthen the body’s immune system. If you can get your hands on  raw and unfiltered apple cider vinegar, add it to your diet as it might help to clean the lymphatic system by getting rid of all the mucus from the body.

Apple cider vinegar all contains large amounts of acetic acid, which can  slow down the digestion of simple carbohydrates, thereby regulating blood sugar levels.

Most holistic gurus also use apple cider vinegar as part of a detox diet as they believe that it helps to detoxify and cleanse the liver.

Some practitioners also believe that you should drink one tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar in a large glass of water, as this will not only improve digestion but will also reduce hunger levels and may even help you lose weight.

Apple cider vinegar also balances the skin’s pH levels and can be used to treat acne, when taken internally and applied on the skin.

Some studies also show that regular consumption of Apple Cider Vinegar can increase energy and stamina.

REVOFIT TAKE: Apple Cider Vinegar despite being acidic in nature, actually has an alkalizing effect on the body and can be used to treat a number of ailments. But if you suffer from any medical condition, check with your physician before you drinking Apple Cider Vinegar.

 

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