Apple cider vinegar has long been touted as a natural cure for all in the health community and celebrities alike.
But how does it actually help us and do we really have to drink it to enjoy the benefits?
Apple Cider Vinegar benefits
Boosting immunity, reducing cholesterol, dropping blood pressure and enhancing skin. These are just a few of the benefits long associated with this vinegar, which sees apples mixed with yeast twice during the fermentation process.
Non-medical research suggests that these benefits are a result of its powerful healing compounds, which include acetic acid, potassium, magnesium, probiotics, and enzymes.
It is, however, its support of weight loss that sees it hit the headlines regularly. And of course gain a mass of celebrity supporters, such as A-listers like Jennifer Aniston, Miranda Kerr, Megan Fox and Victoria Beckham.
The hype about the vinegar’s weight loss benefits was given some real clout last week when The Express newspaper reported the results of a recent Japanese study.
The study was carried out by nutrition experts from the Central Research Institute in Aichi and saw three small groups take part. Two of the participants groups drank varying amounts of apple cider vinegar, and a third group drank none at all.
And the results of the study were resounding. Apple cider vinegar can aid weight loss.
The experts found that participants who drank one tablespoon of the vinegar a day, lost 2.6lbs a day. Those that had double the daily dose, lost even more, shedding 3.7lbs a day.
An easy way to lose weight
Luckily there is an easier (and less sour) option available for those of us that feel a little queasy at the thought of having to drink vinegar on a daily basis in order to lose weight, lower our BMI and drop inches from our waists. That option is apple cider vinegar tablets.
The apple cider vinegar tablets made by Natural Beauty Slimming are made from 100% natural ingredients and contain 500mg of cider per tablet, which is a similar amount as reported in the study as having a weight loss effect.
Regular use of the tablets, two of which are recommended to be taken once a day with a meal, can aid weight loss by not only promoting healthy digestion and reducing your appetite but by boosting your metabolism as well.
Natural Beauty Slimming client Abi starting using their apple cider vinegar tablets just after Christmas. Of her experience using the tablets, Abi said:
“I’ve been taking two of the apple cider vinegar tablets twice a day for the past few days and already I’ve lost 8lbs. And that’s before I’ve really looked at changing my habits, I’ve just been eating a bit better and drinking more water.”
Natural Beauty Slimming’s Apple Cider Vinegar capsules are available for £26.99.
More information about the study carried out by the Central Research Institute in Aichi can be found at: www.express.co.uk/life-style/diets/900787/apple-cider-vinegar-benefits-weight-loss