Apple cider vinegar improves the body’s ability to absorb the nutrients. It doesn’t matter how you consume it, whether you are drinking it or as an addition in your salad or soup. Apple cider vinegar reduces the blood sugar levels in the blood, which increases after our meals and therefore reduces our desire for sweets.
A study has shown that consummation of apple cider vinegar before meals reduces the glucose in patients with pre-diabetes by 50%. You shouldn’t consume apple cider vinegar on an empty stomach because it may cause hunger and nausea.
The best time for consummation is after having a meal. It will prevent you from reaching for a dessert. Apple cider vinegar improves digestion too. It acts like natural laxative that acts slowly and softly, without cramps. If you decide to consume apple cider vinegar, do it properly. Combine one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with water and consume it with a straw.
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