Apple Cider Vinegar Water Benefits

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The main ingredient in apple cider vinegar is apple juice, which has vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to the body, including Vitamin C and Boron. This drink also contains vinegar, an acidic liquid that contribute to the efficiency of the immune system. Make sure to buy an apple cider vinegar that is organic and unfiltered so that all of its nutritional value is in tact. You can find this at your local grocery store.

 

By adding ACV to your water, you’ll add a hint of sweetness to your drink and reap the various health benefits below.

 

Weight Loss

Have an extra 10-15 stubborn pounds you need to shed? Try adding a teaspoon of ACV to every 8 oz. glass of water you drink throughout the day. If you maintain the daily intake of 64 oz. of water the pounds will start to drop! Make sure to add it to your water bottle during your workout to enhance fat burning.

 

Detoxification

If you are looking for a healthy detox, look no further than ACV. Combine 1 ½ cups ACV with one gallon of water and drink throughout the course of a day for an overall body and kidney detoxification. You can repeat this process for up to three days, but one to two days are generally sufficient.

 

Fight Lactic Acid Build-Up

There’s nothing better then a hard workout.  Unfortunately, the muscle soreness caused by lactic acid afterwards isn’t the greatest. You can avoid post-workout muscle soreness by adding 1 tbsp of ACV to your water bottle and sipping it during your workout.

 

Improved Digestion

Drinking ACV in water can help to naturally improve your digestion. Take a tablespoon of ACV in a big glass of water around 15 minutes before a meal to stimulate digestive juices for better breakdown of your food.

 

Ward Off Sickness 

If you feel a cold coming on or trying to avoid getting sick all together, adding ACV to your water can keep you from getting ill. Its unique blend of vitamins, minerals and enzymes helps you not get sick. It also possesses antimicrobial and antiseptic properties. 

 


 

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