5 Reasons to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss

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Apple Cider Vinegar

Drinking this can help you lose weight – what a nice proposition to just have to drink your way to weight loss. And yet it is almost as good as true in the case of Apple cider vinegar. Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is an age old ingredient made by squeezing out the juice from crushed apples.

Following the fermentation process, the sugar is turned into alcohol and after the second level of fermentation, the alcohol is converted into vinegar. This sour tasting liquid is an active ingredient in salad dressings, vinaigrettes, food preservatives, marinades and even some chutneys and sauces.

Vinegar like ACV is said to prolong the sense of satiety after eating. This means that if you consume a salad with ACV, you are likely to feel fuller and consume less food during the course of your meal.

ACV provides numerous health benefits – weight loss being just one of them. It is said to reduce constipation, improve digestion, dissolve kidney stones and even improve heart health as the malic acid in the vinegar clears clogged arteries, lymph nodes, and organ tissues.

Its other benefits include reducing heartburn, improving sleep quality (as a remedy for insomnia) improves energy levels and strengthening the immune system. When used externally with skin application, it can remove acne, warts, discolorations and blemishes. Most people tend to add ACV to their bath water to improve skin quality.

Now that you have a lot of reasons for drinking ACV, here’s why you should make this your no. 1 best friend in your weight loss quest:

1. Proven results in weight loss.

Where there are quite a few people who question the benefits of this drink in other spheres, there is overwhelming evidence and scientific backing to this drink’s weight loss ability.

There is an overwhelming percentage of people who have tried variations with ACV and experienced weight loss. For most people, since it works well, you may just about want to give it a try. After all, you don’t need to commit to gym routines or plan workouts. You just need to buy a bottle of ACV to get started!

2. It’s the marathon, not the sprint.

ACV is so popular among dieters because it follows the age old saying of losing weight gradually to help keep it off. We do know that in a lot of cases, weight loss suddenly almost always finds a way to come back if you don’t keep a check on it. Because ACV becomes an intrinsic part of your meal cycle, it is easier to track and lose weight gradually.

3. It’s super easy to use.

ACV is pretty simple to use. Mix a tbsp. with a glass of water and have it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. The more recommended way is to have the concoction 15 mins before or after meals which also works wonders.

4. It curbs your cravings and leads to a healthier lifestyle.

One of the best parts about ACV is how it works with your system to suppress overall craving. When you see the gradual effect of losing weight, you will automatically make healthier choices in your daily food habits resulting in ever more improved weight loss.

5. It does the world of good.

How about some weight loss here and some lustrous skin and hair on the side. ACV is one drink that provides more value than you can imagine in each tablespoon. While you are bound to lose weight, you will be lead to a healthier you sooner than later.

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Kavita Goyal is a certified sports and fitness nutritionist, which she says is due to unhealthy eating habits of her husband. You can check out her blog Sense or Nosense.

One Response to “5 Reasons to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss”

  1. vidya says:

    Thanks for sharing it. very helpful and informative post.

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