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Apple Cider Vinegar is actually packed with an amazing mix of antioxidants, essential amino acids and enzymes and can be a wonderful home remedy with health boosting and weight loss benefits.

One of the major benefits of apple cider vinegar is that it makes your body alkaline, instead of acidic, and there is a scientifically proven inverse correlation between one’s health and acidity. Multiple studies have proven that including apple cider vinegar in your diet can help improve your health on many ways, including supporting weight loss, lowering blood sugar levels and improving insulin sensitivity and much more, so check out this list of the most important and thoroughly researched health benefits of apple cider vinegar.


The reason why vinegar has traditionally been used for cleaning and disinfection is because it’s incredibly efficient at killing pathogens (Hippocrates used it for wound cleaning). This is due to the fact that most germs can’t survive in the acidic environment vinegar creates. Any ilness or discomfort you might be experiencing that can be traced from bacteria, virus, fungus or due to low pH levels, including allergies, sore throat, candida, sinus infections, ear infections, rashes and stomach ulcers, can be treated with the help of apple cider vinegar. When used as a food preservative, it helps inhibit bacteria like E. Coli from growing in the food, which makes it one of the best natural ways for preserving food.


No matter if you’re diabetic or not, everyone can benefit from keeping their blood sugar levels stable, and vinegar might be the most inexpensive natural way to do that. Many studies have found that consuming one or two tablespoons of vinegar daily decreases both fasting and postprandial (after-meal) glucose levels and improves insulin sensitivity.


More than a few studies have shown that apple cider vinegar can help lower cholesterol, including this one study published in the British Journal of Clinical Nutrition which found that consuming one tablespoon of apple cider in the morning can help you increase bile production, support your liver function and naturally lower your bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglyceride levels while boosting your levels of good cholesterol (HDL).

According to another study, apple cider vinegar contains the antioxidant chlorogenic acid, which protects the particles of the LDL cholesterol from becoming oxidized, thus reducing the risk of heart disease.


A recent study published in the Journal of Functional Foods found that by blocking the digestion of certain sugars and starches, the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar can help you reduce the count of calories of your meal, i.e. less gets broken down into calories in the bloodstream. In the long-term, this starch-blocking power can significantly support your weight loss efforts by interfering with enzymes responsible for regulating carbohydrate synthesis and blood glucose concentration.


According to the scientists at the A.P. John Institute for Cancer Research, unfiltered apple cider vinegar is a valuable tool in the fight against cancer. The institute announced that acetic acid can kill cancer cells by starving them and significantly slowing their growth. Among other things, apple cider vinegar promotes alkalinity in the body (despite its acidic taste!), which makes it an inhospitable environment for cancer and many other diseases, and it improves the immune system response.

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