There are so many false claims about the healing abilities of Apple Cider Vinegar. Along with this, there are some claims that can be backed up with scientific research. For instance, it can help the patients with diabetes in decreasing the glucose from their blood before consuming meals. It can reduce the sugar cravings along with that it can absorb nutrients from the food it is mixed with.
I want to show you some results that I got after having one or two tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar before the meal.
- One tablespoon of apple cider vinegar made me woozy and I felt vomitus. Though I had nothing before, but I felt like I have consumed something of bad taste. It helped me in reducing my appetite but not in a pleasant manner.
- Though ACV didn’t work before having a meal but it helped in reducing the desire for having more food. This time I didn’t experience bad taste because my stomach was not empty. So, it stop me from having more.
- Apple cider vinegar helps in early digestion of food. The digestion process will take less time with ACV.
- ACV should be taken with caution, it should be mixed with water for consumption otherwise, it will ignite the fire in the stomach. Yes, it does help with lowering the desire for food but it is more helpful in absorbing nutrients from the vegetables in the salad.
The apple cider vinegar is an excellent natural remedy for many disorders. Scientists attributed his miraculous power and think that apple vinegar should be part of the daily diet. This elixir helps in diseases of the throat, with irregular stools, poor circulation and exchange of substances in the body. It is also recommended in diseases of the heart and blood vessels.
Its influence on reducing weight is scientifically proven. The examination was done on 12 examinees who ate bread with a spoon dipped in vinegar and other 12 examinees who eat ordinary bread. The first group felt longer satiety unlike the other group of respondents who ate plain bread. From all these studies and examinations made about the apple cider vinegar, I think it can easily be called “cure for everything”.