What Happens When You Take Apple Cider Vinegar Every Day

A Popsugar article written by an adventurous soul who decided to try drinking apple cider vinegar (ACV) every day for a week just to see what it was like reveals that, by the end of the week, the writer had a new addiction. She found that ACV not only satiated her appetite better than plain water, but also satisfied her cravings for sweet foods. And a bonus: She also reported having “a happy tummy,” too — and vowed to make ACV a regular part of her diet.

While the writer took her ACV with water and lemon in the afternoon, I believe that it benefits you best if you take it at night. In one study, subjects who had a little apple cider vinegar with cheese as a bedtime snack woke up the next day with significantly lowered blood glucose levels, for example. Even more importantly, those with prediabetes improved their blood glucose levels by almost half.

And it’s true — apple cider vinegar is useful for a number of other health-related conditions, such as balancing your pH, increasing your good gut bacteria and helping to control your weight. Its antibacterial effects also help cure athlete’s foot and heal wounds; the acetic acid helps tone your skin and treat dandruff.

Apple cider vinegar is made through a fermentation process that renders it rich in bioactive components like acetic acid, which gives it the potent antioxidant, antimicrobial and many other beneficial properties that researchers are reporting. "Mother" of vinegar, a cobweb-like amino acid-based substance found in unprocessed, unfiltered vinegar, indicates your vinegar is of the best quality. You can also try apple cider vinegar as a hair rinse, deodorant or mouthwash (diluted).
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