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Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple cider vinegar is said to be a natural remedy for many ailments and therefore, it is very commonly used by dieticians and doctors as part of their diets and treatments respectively. Here are some health benefits of this wonder drink:

Fights diabetes – Several studies have found that vinegar may help to lower glucose levels, making it a beneficial treatment for people with Type 2 Diabetes.

Curbs appetite and good for weight loss – Adding one or two teaspoons of the liquid to a glass of water and having it before dinner, helps to reduce appetite. This is due to a fibre compound, pectin, found in the vinegar that mixes with water and expands in the stomach, causing a decrease in the appetite.

Lowers bad cholesterol levels and good for heart health – Studies have shown that Apple Cider Vinegar significantly reduces harmful blood lipids that contribute to high cholesterol and triglyceride levels in people who suffer from hyperlipidemia .

Increases metabolic rate – The acetic acid in Apple Cider Vinegar helps the absorption of iron, leading to a high oxygen utilisation and as a result, an increase in the body’s metabolic rate.

Aids digestion. It also acts as a liver detox.

Tones, clarifies and clears the skin and prevents acne

Cures skin allergies

Treats dandruff and makes hair glossy and shiny

Reduces body odour

Avoid excessive use

Due to its high acidity, excessive use of Apple Cider Vinegar may cause the following problems:

Lowers the potassium level of your blood and reduces bone mineral density. Direct contact with your mouth can also affect the tooth enamels, leading to their decay. Always dilute Apple Cider Vinegar by mixing it in water.

Those suffering from osteoporosis should take necessary precautions and consult a physician before consuming the vinegar.

Direct application of the liquid on skin can cause irritation, rashes and a burning sensation. Prevent the side effects by blending the vinegar with water, honey, juice or a pinch of baking soda.

Pregnant women should avoid the consumption of Apple Cider Vinegar.

How to use Apple Cider Vinegar in food

To wash the veggies:Add a teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar to a bowl of water with your veggies or fruits and let them soak for at least five minutes. Wash them again with water.

As salad dressing: You can add Apple Cider Vinegar to salad dressings, food preservatives, marinades, vinaigrettes, and chutneys, etc.

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