Why apple cider vinegar are so popular and where to find it?

 NEWS    |      2020-04-23

Apple cider vinegar, a fermented vinegar made from a combination of apples, yeast, and sugar, has quickly become the most popular form of vinegar over the past decade due to a slew of reported health benefits. Most famously, weight loss. Most notably, apple cider vinegar is known for being an effective natural fat burner and weight loss supplement.

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1. Weight loss

Several studies have shown the vinegar’s ability to increase feelings of fullness, leading to fewer calories consumed while still feeling satisfied, in addition to its ability to reduce belly fat.

In one study, two tablespoons a day helped participants with obesity lose four pounds in three months time. That might not sound like a lot, but when you combine it with the other weight loss benefits mentioned before that, and how easy it is to consume, it’s a no-brainer if you’re trying to lose weight.

2. Lowers blood sugar

Apple cider vinegar has also been shown to help fight Type 2 diabetes and lower blood sugar.

One study found that the vinegar actually improves insulin sensitivity during high-carb meals by as much as thirty-four percent in addition to significantly lowering blood sugar.

Several studies have also found that apple cider vinegar can improve insulin function and blood sugar right after meals.


3. Improves heart health 

Another major health benefit that multiple studies have confirmed is apple cider vinegar’s ability to improve heart health, from lowering cholesterol and the risk of heart disease.

Combined with its ability to reduce insulin levels and lower blood sugar, it could be one of the most powerful natural tools for aiding in heart health.

4. Kills harmful bacteria

Surprisingly, apple cider vinegar, as well as other forms of vinegar, have also shown to help destroy harmful bacteria in the body and kill pathogens.

Vinegar as a whole has a history of use as a disinfectant due to this same bacteria-killing ability. Similarly, stories abound of using apple cider vinegar to treat acne. However, research has yet to confirm if that’s true.

5. May protect against cancer 

This final benefit of apple cider vinegar isn’t confirmed, however, studies have shown that the vinegar may actually have the power to protect the body from cancer.

Several studies have shown various types of vinegar to have the ability to kill cancer cells and even shrink tumors.

In addition, a recent study from China showed that certain types of vinegar could decrease esophageal cancer, further supporting this idea