Low in calories and scientifically proven to lower appetite, apple cider vinegar (ACV) can be a top choice for slimmers during their weight loss journey. According to the same study which identified that the beverage could increase satiety, scientists also concluded that the beverage could lower blood sugar and bad cholesterol. But that’s not all. As well as serving as a weight loss aid, apple cider vinegar can help kill pathogens, including bacteria.
With online retailers, supermarkets, and specialist health food stores across the UK selling apple cider vinegar, it’s easy to pick up a bottle.
It is worth noting though that while apple cider vinegar promotes weight loss, in order to shed the pounds, exercise and a healthy, balanced diet is likely to be required.
So, should you decide to use the vinegar to help your weight loss journey, how should you drink it?
Apple cider vinegar recipe for weight loss
When taking apple cider vinegar, you may wish to dilute one tablespoon of it in a glass of lukewarm water.
This simple recipe then just requires you to stir it, before drinking it.
The product can also be added to tea, or vegetable and fruit juice – although watch out with the latter as this could be high in sugar.
Alternatively, it is possible to have a tablespoon of ACV neat, but be prepared for the sharp, acidic taste.
There’s also plenty of ways you can customise your water and vinegar combination.
Honey, for instance, could improve the taste – with the natural substance being a relatively healthy option when it comes to sweet treats.
Just add dollop of honey and one tablespoon of ACV to some lukewarm water, and enjoy.
Lemon is also a top choice for anyone looking to add a twist to their ACV.
Squeeze in some of the citrus fruit’s juice to your glass of water, then stir in half a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.
On the other hand, ginger could be a nice addition to your apple cider vinegar.
According to some studies, incorporating natural ginger into your diet could assist weight loss.
Should you fancy it, stir in a teaspoon of ginger powder to your ACV and water solution, and mix well.
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