Apple cider vinegar is a vinegar made from apples, sugar, and yeast. Apple cider vinegar is often confused with its “mother”, apple cider. Apple cider vinegar is made from apple cider that has undergone a double fermentation process to form health-promoting probiotics and enzymes. Fermentation is the process when sugars in foods like fruit and grains (in this case, apples) are broken down by bacteria and yeast and turn into alcohol. When the alcohol ferments further, it turns into vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar has gained popularity and remained popular due to its many benefits. Apple cider vinegar has nutritional, physical, and internal benefits. Nutritionally, apple cider vinegar lowers cholesterol, reduces blood pressure, regulates blood sugar levels, helps to maintain a healthy pH balance, contains important vitamins such as B1, B2, B6, and C, and contains minerals such as potassium, magnesium, and iron. Physically, apple cider vinegar enhances weight loss, reduces inflammation, and can also be used as a treatment for warts, can heal poison ivy, soothe sunburns, ease sore throats, acts as a natural deodorant, relieves symptoms of acid reflux, and eases nausea and heartburn. Internally, apple cider vinegar increases metabolisms, boosts gut health, strengthens the immune system, and aids in digestion. Apple cider vinegar aids in detoxification, aids in flu prevention, improve symptoms of diabetes, improves skin conditions, fights fungus, and fights allergies.
Apple cider vinegar is an innovative health product that helps prevent and fight off diseases, acts as a treatment for numerous discomforts, and will overall help you and your body look and feel great.