I have been meaning to do this particular video for quite some time, it’s all about the benefits of incorporating apple cider vinegar into your diet. Now before we get going I just want to make it clear that I am not a doctor or dietician so these are just my views.
I always purchase the Braggs raw organic unfiltered vinegar, you need to make sure it contains the mother, which is a living enzyme that hold many of the health benefits.
How do I consume it?
I drink this stuff as a tonic, simply fill an 8 ounce glass with water and half a lemon and add two tablespoons of ACV. (This can be microwaved for 2 minutes for a warm drink.)
Honey can be added if you have a sweet tooth, I’m not one of those people who goes out and purchases raw organic honey although it may well be the best option.
One of the great things about this is that it’s just a basic vinegar so if you are a keen cook you can add to salads and marinades making it easier to include it in your daily diet.
Bloating, I find the drinking apple cider vinegar is great at helping with this issue, I’m a big fan of food and sometimes have been known to overeat at times, but after a big meal there is nothing better than a glass of apple cider vinegar to help with digestion.
Energy, apple cider vinegar is great at delivering your energy through the day when you need it most, if you’re having an afternoon slump one small glass of ACV can offer our bodies a great source of natural vitamins and minerals.
Apple cider vinegar toner, yes, that’s right ACV can be used as a face toner to help fight acne and other nasty breakouts. Apple cider vinegar has powerful antibacterial properties that have been proven to reduce redness and reduce spots.
Sore throats, when I have a sore throat this is one of the first things that I reach for. As well as antibacterial properties, apple cider vinegar has anti viral and anti fungal properties make it a great choice for anyone coming down with a cold or flu.