Apple cider vinegar, the famous health elixir can be used for various purposes but it’s basically apple juice; with yeast it transforms the fruit sugar to alcohol. There’s a reason it has such a pungent smell and vivid taste, the bacteria turns the alcohol to acetic acid. Unfiltered vinegar contains strands of proteins, good bacteria and enzymes but it’s not a miracle cure so use moderately. Now let’s get to know more about Apple Cider Vinegar:
Vinegar has various benefits which include improving insulin levels and lowers blood sugar levels especially when taken before bedtime.
Lowers cholesterol levels and reduces risk of heart diseases. Apple cider contains antioxidants like chlorogenic acid which has shown to protect LDL cholesterol particles from becoming oxidized, a crucial step in the heart disease process.
Helps with weight loss especially when combined with effective methods. In fact Japanese scientists of the Central Research Instituite Mizkan Group Corporation in Aichi have found apple cider can be used to prevent obesity. They found that during a 12 week trial that there was a significant reduction in body mass.
Improves Metabolism by decreases fat and sugar production in the liver and curbs unnecessary cravings by making you full and eat fewer calories. It has also shown to burn fat.
It Treats Dandruff by diluting with water then applying it to the scalp several times a month. Fights lice as well
Used as a food preservative. It doesn’t affect the food color of the fruits or vegetables. It’s a great way to wash food to reduce bacteria and viruses.
Used as an all-purpose cleaner. As apple cider is a biodegradable because of its low ph. Its great against alkaline grime such as mineral deposits and soap scum.
Also used for sore throats and cough as a home remedy.