Apple cider vinegar is, in a way, a sort of nutritional powerhouse. The benefits and advantages of consuming this stuff are significant, and while the tase of apple cider vinegar may not be the most enticing thing, I’d say the pros outweigh the cons in this specific equation.
For anyone unaware of just how many different good things this stuff can do for our minds and bodies, I thought I would write a post about it in hopes of educating someone unfamiliar with this liquid. The following information comes from www.asweetpeachef.com.
“Apple cider vinegar…
- is a natural laxative and it can improve digestion;
- lowers blood sugar levels;
- improves insulin sensitivity;
- increases satiety and helps people to lose weight;
- reduces belly fat;
- lowers cholesterol;
- lowers blood pressure and improves heart health;
- prevents and decreases the risk of getting cancer and slows down the growth of cancer cells.
“Apple cider vinegar contains:
- amino acids;
- only 3 calories per tablespoon.
“Why apple cider vinegar is great for skin and hair:
- treats and reduces the prevalence of acne;
- treats and soothes sunburn;
- has anti-aging properties;
- improves hair health;
- combats hair tangles;
- reduces hair frizz;
- seals the hair cuticles and help the hair to retain moisture;
- treats dandruff,” the web page explains.
These excerpts are only a few examples of all of the truly incredible things apple cider vinegar can do for our bodies, and I highly encourage you to check out the entirety of the article, linked above, to read up on all the things this miracle liquid can do. It may not be the tastiest thing to have, but when diluted with some water, I promise it really isn’t all that bad.
Do some research on this stuff yourself if you still have any hesitancy towards incorporating it into your daily routine.