You’ve probably heard about the multitude of benefits that apple cider vinegar offers for your health, including aiding weight loss efforts. If you’re skeptical, it may be because you haven’t heard how it can help you reach or maintain your ideal weight.
While there hasn’t been a ton of research conducted, despite all of the claims about its therapeutic health purposes from decreasing the risk of cancer to lowering cholesterol, that’s really not all that surprising given that it’s a common problem for most natural therapies.
Apple cider vinegar is not something that can be patented as a cure or relief for any type of symptoms, as it’s a natural product, just like coconut oil, fruits and vegetables or any other natural food product.
Traditional uses of ACV are vast. To name just a few, it has been used to ease digestion, aid in flu prevention, reduce inflammation, regulate pH balance, alleviate allergy symptoms, ease nausea and heartburn, as a staple in detox regimens, and for a number of skin conditions, including reducing acne and smoothing wrinkles.
Known in some circles as “Mother Nature’s Perfect Miracle Food,” unpasteurized and organic ACV truly has much to offer, despite the fact that it has survived a litany of malicious sneers by those who only consider a natural substance to be a credible remedy if it has been studied over and over again, and produced “viable” scientific evidence to earn its merit.
It’s just not like that with ACV. Ask anyone why it works for them and they may tell you: “Not sure, it just does.” Now, that is not to say that there isn’t evidence for its potency and far-reaching applicability to a plethora of conditions – that exists as well, it just isn’t front and center.
It is a well-known fact that obesity is seriously hazardous to one’s health. The increased risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke that obese individuals face has been heavily researched, and the number of obese children and adults is still on the rise.
While there is no replacement for a healthy diet and exercise to manage weight, ACV does seem to show some potential for managing hunger and weight control. Page2