How Apple Cider Vinegar Can Help You With Weight Loss

How Apple Cider Vinegar Can Help You With Weight Loss


Fermentation has given us some of the best
food products in the world. Be it your favorite yummy cheese, or the wine
you like to sip along with your dinner, you have fermentation to thank. Another product with excellent health benefits
it gives us is Apple Cider vinegar. Made in a 2-step process, apple cider vinegar,
as the name suggests, is derived from Apples. With years-long history of blessing us with
good health, we can give you many reasons to make it a part of your diet. One reason is its ability to accelerate weight
loss. To know more about it, stick around and watch
the video until the end. Get ready as we take you through the production
process, the research which proves its effectiveness in helping you lose weight and other amazing
health benefits. So, let’s get started. The Benefits Apple cider vinegar has a very good reputation
in the health community, and it’s there for several reasons. Number 1: Increases Fullness and Reduces Calorie
Intake Apple cider vinegar has a strong appetite
decreasing effect and it promotes fullness. A study showed 11 people having 55% lower
blood sugar response one hour after eating when they were given vinegar along with a
high carb diet. Studies have also shown that vinegar slows
down the speed which food is pushed down from the stomach. This makes you feel full, which in turn lowers
blood sugar levels. Great way to cut the snacking, right? Number 2: Reduced Body Fat There was an interesting study done, that
cemented Apple cider vinegar’s image as a fat reducer. In this study, 144 obese adults were asked
to have vinegar. With their alcohol intake restricted, they
were allowed to eat whatever they wanted and do their everyday activities. A 0.9% reduction in body fat percentage and
major weight was seen in these patients. This study proved that belly fat can be reduced
along with lowering blood triglycerides, by incorporating apple cider vinegar daily. If you wonder how much of it you should have,
try about 1-2 spoons. That should do the trick. If weight loss in on your to-do list, then
check out our video on “Seven Healthy Weight-Loss Diets That Work” linked in the description
below to find your perfect diet. Moving on. Number 3: The Composition Unfiltered Apple cider vinegar contains acetic
acid and plenty of water, but it’s also got some protein strands and enzymes. These products are usually the result of friendly
bacteria present in it, which gives it that murky look. Good quality apple cider vinegar will also
give you some important amino acids, antioxidants and trace amounts of potassium.These components
can improve digestion, which in turn will help you with your weight loss goals. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals
in your body which can reduce your risk of awful things like cancer. Not to mention potassium is an essential micronutrient
that your body needs to function at its best. If that wasn’t enough of a reason to make
you run to a store to buy apple cider vinegar, wait till you hear this. Number 4: Protection Against Pathogens Vinegar has been traditionally used for medicinal
purposes for thousands of years. To be precise, Hippocrates, the father of
modern medicine, used it for cleaning wounds around two thousand years back. It is capable of killing gut pathogens, nail
fungus, lice, warts, and ear infections. Vinegar when mixed with food, also acts as
a preservative and keeps your food from going bad. We’re not done yet, here’s more benefits
apple cider vinegar has to offer. Number 5: Additional Benefits Apple Cider Vinegar can lower the blood sugar
level by improving liver and muscle function. The acetic acid in it brings down insulin
levels and reduces the insulin to glucagon ratio. Insulin, in case of excess blood sugar, tells
the liver to store it in the form of glycogen. Glucagon works the other way around by breaking
down stored glycogen to make glucose available for the body. As per a study, it increases insulin sensitivity
by a whopping 34% in patients with insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes. You see, we told you there’s a lot of good
stuff for you here. Increased insulin sensitivity also promotes
ovulation. A study showed that women with polycystic
ovary syndrome (PCOS), who upped their vinegar intake for 90-110 days resumed ovulation in
54% of the population. Lower insulin level favors burning of fat
and reduces fat storage as well. A study was done on obese, diabetic rats to
prove this point. In this study, it was observed that acetate
protected the rats from weight gain by increasing the expression of genes responsible for reducing
belly fat and liver fat storage. Studies have also shown that it improves metabolism
by increasing the enzyme that boosts fat burning and reduces sugar production in the liver. Apple cider vinegar helps in increasing “good”
HDL cholesterol and reducing “bad” LDL cholesterol. It is capable of bringing down blood pressure
by inhibiting the enzyme responsible for constricting blood vessels. With these numerous benefits, apple cider
vinegar can easily be called one of the best remedies hiding in your own home. The Making For thousands of years, apple cider has been
known as a health tonic. To make it, apples are first cut into small
pieces and crushed down to form a slurry. Then, it’s mixed with yeast and allowed
to ferment until it converts the fruit sugar to alcohol. In the second step, specific acid-producing
bacteria are added. The bacteria convert alcohol to ethanoic acid
or acetic acid. Acetic acid is the main active component of
apple cider vinegar which gives it the typical sour taste and strong odor. This organic acid’s name “acetic” is
derived from the Latin word “acetum”, which means, vinegar. Vinegar isn’t just pure acetic acid. It is, in fact, a highly diluted form of it
consisting mostly of water and some traces of other organic acids, like Malic acid. If one follows the natural process and yeast,
the whole thing takes about a month. But, who has time for that? So, to make it commercially more profitable,
the manufacturers speed up the process to JUST 1 DAY. Yes, full conversion from apple to apple cider
vinegar is achieved in barely 24 hours. Pretty amazing, right? What’s more amazing is the fact that apple
cider vinegar contains virtually ZERO carbs and merely 3 calories. So, can you already sense its weight loss
potential? The overwhelming number of benefits apple
cider vinegar is capable of giving you, collectively promotes weight loss. Now that you are aware of its ability to help
you in losing weight, what are you waiting for? What do you think about a little sour taste
and a strong smell of Apple cider vinegar? Do you find it worth the benefits or too much
to handle? Let us know in the comment section below.

20 thoughts on “How Apple Cider Vinegar Can Help You With Weight Loss

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  2. What do you think about a little sour taste and a strong smell of Apple cider vinegar? Do you find it worth the benefits or too much to handle? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends!🙂

  3. I use it twice a week on an empty stomach and find it a bit hard to take but, if it works even after eating,well….I'm in for taking every day.☺👍

  4. I drink acv 2 times a day and lost 9kg in 2 months and now im addicted to it:)
    How to drink::: put 2 tablespoon in cup with 2 tablespoon of water…. drink,…this way its just one sip or one mouth full…then drink half cup water rinse mouth. this way no after taste last only few second and your done… i can't drink acv with 1 cup of water ect
    alot of people hate drinking acv just think that your drinking some new kind of alcohol or some exotic drink from asia just saying lol… for me i think im drinking new whiskey… works well.

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