Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has many health benefits! It can assist in weight loss, stabilize blood sugar, help prevent acne, restore PH balance in the body…the list goes on! After my workout today (which was an ass kicking) at Temple Fitness with my trainer Luke Huntzinger, we had a great chat about nutrition, food products, macros and much more. We talked about apple cider vinegar and Luke is a also a big believer in the product as well. Make sure it is organic, raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized and that it says “With the Mother” on the packaging. “Mother” is the Mother of Vinegar which occurs naturally as strand-like enzymes of connected protein molecules. I use the Bragg brand.

The best way to include Apple Cider Vinegar in your daily diet is to take 1 to 2 tsps 3 times a day upon rising, mid-morning and mid-afternoon. You can mix with a small amount of water and chug it back or add to your salad in place of another vinegar. Forget the gimmick diets and weight loss pills on the market. Eat clean, exercise and get fit the natural way!

Mich xo

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2 thoughts on “Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

  1. Does the raw, unfiltered taste better than the regular acv that they sell at say Kroger? I have tried several times to take the acv but I just can’t get past the taste.

    • Hi Britney! In my opinion it is slightly better in taste, but I wouldn’t way that it tastes”good” any means. Vinegar is vinegar! lol. Try the one that I suggested by Braggs. It has the most benefits. I take a tsp in a little water 3x’s a day and take it like a shot. Or dilute in a bit of coconut water. See if that works for you. Let me know! ๐Ÿ™‚

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