Apple Cider Vinegar has a host of benefits for your health including being a good cleansing aid, weight loss, reducing insulin levels and many more less proven benefits, so something we would definitely recommend incorporating in your diet.
Apple Cider Vinegar is best when it is cloudy and comes with the 'Mother' of vinegar which is naturally occurring chains of protein, enzymes and friendly bacteria. Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar contains 'Mother'
The many benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
1) Lowers Blood Sugar Levels
Taking Apple Cider Vinegar has been shown to help reduce blood sugar levels so is beneficial for anyone but particularly those with Type 2 diabetes. Taking apple cider vinegar with or without food can help lower blood sugar levels.
2) Can help you with weight loss
Apple Cider Vinegar, along with high-carb meals, can increase feelings of fullness and therefore reduce the number of calories consumed each day. Daily vinegar consumption can also lead to reduced belly fat, waist circumference and weight loss.
3) Lowers bad cholesterol levels
Studies have shown taking vinegar everyday can reduce harmful blood lipids that contribute to high cholesterol and triglyceride levels in people who suffer from hyperlipidemia (too many fats in the blood).
4) Great for hair
Many people use Apple Cider Vinegar as a conditioner. It is known to help with shiny hair and dandruff and is a great rinse. Mix one part vinegar to one part water, rinse with it, and leave on the hair for 5 to 15 minutes.
5) Helps with Digestion
If you have reflux or stomach issues apple cider vinegar can help with digestion taken before meals.
6) Skin Clarity
Some people think it is fantastic as a toner/ treatment to help with acne and spots or when ingested to clear the skin.
It's regularly used as a natural cleaner with one part vinegar to two parts water. Put in a spray and clean your surfaces.
At Flora & Fauna we have Apple Cider Vinegar from Bragg.
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