Apple cider vinegar is great but it may be harmful too


You probably know that an apple cider vinegar is a great weight loss aid. Take one spoonful in the morning and the ugly fat will disappear, right? Well, that what many popular internet articles say. Apple cider contains pectin which really can tilt fat metabolism a bit in your favour, but it in reality, nothing is so easy. But we shall leave fat burning aside and focus on other uses of apple cider vinegar.

Apple cider vinegar can help us with a variety of things as it contains many beneficial substances, namely Vitamin A, Vitamins of the B group, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Vitamin P, magnesium, copper, silicon, iron and potassium and but also useful enzymes and pectins.
Internal use of apple cider vinegar

B vitamins positively impact our nervous system. They help us relax and increase optimistic mood. Vitamins E and C are well-known antioxidants that support immunity and vitamin E is very important for skin health. And finally, vitamin P (a.k.a. bioflavonoids ) is essential for our immune system and is beneficial for our blood vessels – it cleanses arteries and veins.


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Minerals are important for a number of processes that occur in our body – starting with the already mentioned fat metabolism to the excretion of waste substances. In order to reap these benefits, you need to take 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar a day. But always in a glass of water.

Apple cider vinegar as a great skin tonic

Yes, apple cider vinegar is a great cleaning agent for acne-affected skin. It possesses natural cleansing properties, which are also utilized to clean and rinse oily hair. Note of caution. People with stomach problems or prone to heartburn should not use apple cider vinegar internally.

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Radek Štěpán

Gardening is my hobby, I have a lot of experience and I am happy to share it.


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