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There is a super liquid that can increase your energy, fight diabetes, improve your heart health and support fat burning and weight loss. Hippocrates used to give this liquid to his patients, and it is one of the main ingredients of my secret detox drink. This super liquid is apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar is created by fermenting apple cider, which has a large amount of sugar and turning it into a rich, healthy probiotic liquid.
The benefits of apple cider vinegar
Lowers cholesterol – 1 tablespoon of Apple cider vinegar in the morning reduces cholesterol naturally by increasing the production of bile and supporting the liver, which helps to process and break down cholesterol in your body
Reduces blood sugar levels – 2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar in water before a meal will lower blood sugar levels by 6%
It increases metabolism and helps to lose weight. The apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid that improves your metabolism, helps you lose weight and reduces blood pressure.
Helps to fight acid reflux: 1-2 tablespoons. of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water before a meal will fight acid reflux
How to consume apple cider vinegar
1. Put a couple of tablespoons in your salad along with some extra virgin organic olive oil.
2. Add 2 tablespoons. of apple cider vinegar to water sweetened with liquid stevia
3. Add a bit of apple cider vinegar to your homemade bone broth that helps extract nutrients.
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