Apple cider vinegar is not just your ingredient for salad dressing, but it’s much more. In addition to its use in cleaning, and cooking purposes, it has numerous health benefits also. Mainly due to high content of acetic acid, present in it.
Although, the scientific research still doesn’t back these claims fully. However, proponents of ACV do hold strong anecdotal evidence.
Huge Anti-Glycemic Effect
ACV reduces blood sugar levels. According to a 1988 report of Ebihara and Nakajima, there was significant decrease in the blood glucose of rats’ subjects; when the 10% corn starch was Co-administered with a 2%of acetic acid solution. Thus, powerfully proving the anti-glycemic effect of vinegar. Plus, according to another article published in Diabetes Care, in 2004, it is concluded that ACV majorly increases insulin sensitivity, if taken along with high-carb meal. Thus, proving the point further.
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Goodbye Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome
According to a 2009 study, published in Biosci Biotechnol Biochem, the effect of acetic acid on the obese Japanese subjects was tested in double-blinded study. Three groups of subjects with the same body weight, body mass index (BMI), and waist circumference were taken. During the period of 12 weeks, all the subjects were given 15ml, 30 ml and 0ml of vinegar.
Both groups which ingested vinegar, showed weight loss, low BMI, reduced waist circumference, reduced visceral fat, and reduced serum triglycerides levels; in-comparison with placebo group. Thus, concluding that daily use of vinegar might prevent metabolic syndrome by curbing obesity. I recommend you to take raw and organic ACV, 2 Tsp. full mixed in a glass of water, first thing in the morning.
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Better Heart Health
As proven by the above mentioned study, acetic acid in vinegar lowers the triglycerides levels. Thus, improving heart function. Plus, certain animal’s studies also showed a promising result in blood pressure and cholesterol reduction.
All of these markers contribute to better heart health. Thus, apple cider vinegar might improve heart health. More research is needed in this regard to be sure.
Possible Anti-Tumor Effect
According to a 2002 study published in J. Nutr. It has anti-tumor effects because the acetic acid in vinegar deprotonates into acetate ions in the stomach.
Plus, according to another 2007 study, published in Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. The effects of ACV were studied on experimental mouse tumor. It was reported that the apple cider vinegar produced neutral medium-sized alpha-glycan (NMalphaG) which had an anti-tumor effect on the experimental mouse tumor. Thus, proving ACV anti-tumor properties. However extensive research is still required to be definite.
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Promotes Alkalynity in the Body
It works to make your body PH more basic. As pH value of blood is 7.4 i.e. slightly alkaline. So according to Acid Alkaline Theory, having pH of slightly alkaline is healthy while acidic pH promotes disease.
So, you can also make the pH of the blood basic by adding 2 Tbsp. of raw organic ACV into a glass of drinking water. Consumption of this tonic on empty stomach does wonders to create a healthy environment inside your body.
Furthermore, it can also be used topically to avoid skin acne as it balances the pH of the skin and absorbs excessive oil. Leaving the skin healthier.
Also, the malic, acetic acids, enzymes, ash, calcium, pectin and potassium make it best natural anti-fungal, anti-microbic and alkalizing agent. I recommend using raw, organic apple cider vinegar only for the various health benefits.
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