What is Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is made by fermenting the sugar from the apples. Certain
microbes like bacteria and yeast turn the sugar into alcohol and then eventually into vinegar.
The end product of the vinegar is called Acetic acid. The main benefits of ACV comes from
Acetic acid. It’s the most abundant short chain fatty acid in the body. Microbes make the
Acetic acid and it is like fuel for the colon cells. Raw ACV is rich in enzymes, which can help
What is Apple Cider Vinegar with “Mother” ?
The unrefined and unfiltered vinegar with cloudy and murky appearance is called the Apple
Cider Vinegar with “Mother”. It has many health benefits due to the presence of beneficial
bacteria, yeast and protein.
Apple Cider Vinegar Health Benefits:
- Blood sugar improvement – The Acetic acid in ACV gives a very potent Anti-Glycemic
effect. It can help buffer the food to bring it lower on the Glycemic index. This can help
stabilise the blood sugar and insulin. Reduced insulin will help to lose weight and decrease
fat in the liver.
- Decreases gas, bloating and indigestion
- Decreases acid reflux
- Speeds up digestion and activates enzymes
- Supports the immune system – Stimulates the white blood cells to speed up and help fight
- Increases the absorption of minerals and vitamins
- Releases Bile
- Breaks down protein
- Apple Cider Vinegar can help inhibit plaque formation in the arteries
How and When to Consume Apple Cider Vinegar:
Mix 1 to 2 teaspoons of ACV in 500ml of water. Then, consume this solution before or after a
meal. ACV is better to drink through a straw so It’s not exposed to your teeth as it is very
Who Shouldn’t Drink Apple Cider Vinegar?
People who have ulcer, gastritis, pregnant women and nursing women. Some medications
may interact with ACV (including diuretics, laxatives, diabetes and heart disease).