How’s that apple cider vinegar morning routine of let-me-just-plug-my-nose-and-chug-this-real-quick-and-hope-I-get-used-to-the-burn workin’ for ya?
Yeah, I didn’t think so…
Luckily there is a much easier and SAFER way to give thanks to this panacea of fruits, which we’ll go in to later, but… let’s get the bad stuff out of the way first.
Why You May Want to Reconsider DRINKING Apple Cider Vinegar
Due to its acidic nature, you may experience a couple of unpleasant side effects from consuming it in liquid form.
- It can burn your esophagus
- It may cause erosion of tooth enamel (1, 2)
- It can cause stomach discomfort for those who have sensitive tummies
- And the obvious- The taste and smell sucks
What is the Safest Way to Consume ACV?
Now, don’t freak out if all this time you’ve been trying to be healthy while drinking your ACV every morning, just to come here and find out you got it all wrong.
That’s far from the point here.
Chances are, you’re still reaping the myriad of health benefits from this fermented apple elixir- so congrats on taking a step forward in improving your health and wellness. It just turns out there is a far EASIER and SAFER way of consuming it- in supplement form!
Check it out.
Just pop a pill and you’re good to go!
No more burn and no more tooth decay.
Seems pretty neat to me.
Thanks to trusted manufacturers and growing research, we can incorporate what mother nature has provided for us in a way that is conducive to our modern society. In case you need a reminder on its benefits, or if you are considering taking the supplement in pill form rather than drinking it, here is some helpful info to assist you in your wellness journey:
What Science Says About Taking Apple Cider Vinegar
- It’s good for your gut
Apples contain pectin, which has prebiotic benefits. It increases butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid that feeds the beneficial gut bacteria and decreases the harmful bacteria.
- Aids in weight management
Along with a mindful diet and appropriate exercise, apple cider vinegar may aid weight loss and decrease body fat (3).
- Blood sugar control
Some studies show that apple cider vinegar may reduce blood sugar levels. One study in 2017 found that consuming ACV at mealtimes helped lower post meal blood glucose and insulin levels (4).
- Reduction in cholesterol
Consuming ACV may reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels (5).
If you’re interested in reaping the benefits of ACV, but concerned about some of its negative effects in liquid form, try taking it as a pill and see how it works for you and your body.
Same great benefits. No yucky taste.
As the natural health and wellness field continues to grow, do your research, stay informed, and always give thanks to our native plants!