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Vinegar, which means ‘sour wine’ in French was first discovered around 5000 BC and has been used for various purposes in nutrition and medicine, and was a favourite with the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates. While we’ve all seen bottles of vinegar in our homes, most of us are familiar with the white distilled versions and not apple cider vinegar. What’s the difference, you ask? Well, the difference lies in the source of the two - distilled vinegar is made from either ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol, while apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apple cider. While both these varieties have different uses, benefits and flavours, apple cider vinegar has higher nutrient value than its white distilled counterpart. Let’s take a look at the former variety of vinegar in more detail.
Apple Cider Vinegar contains various components like citric acid, formic acid, malic acid, lactic acid and succinic acid, and acetic acid, as well as nutrients from apples such as antioxidants.
Following are some benefits of using apple cider vinegar regularly:
Studies show that consuming apple cider vinegar helps keep your heart in optimal condition, since it works on reducing elements of bad cholesterol such as triglycerides and low density lipoproteins, and helps improve levels of good cholesterol elements like high density lipo proteins, lowering cholesterol and preventing cardiovascular diseases.
Apple cider vinegar significantly reduces blood sugar levels and improves insulin resistance, making it a must in the daily diet of any person suffering from Type 2 diabetes, which is a result of elevated sugar levels in the body and the inefficient production of insulin. Diabetes can also lead to various other serious disorders, and hence it is best to keep it bay, which is something consuming apple cider vinegar regularly can help you with. Studies show that taking 2 tablespoons of it before going to bed every night can reduce fasting sugar levels by quite an extent.
Apple cider vinegar is said to promote weight loss through a two-pronged approach – Firstly, it reduces blood sugar levels and helps improve insulin activity, and it also keeps you fuller for a longer time, ensuring you don’t snack on unhealthy foods, thereby reducing your calorie intake. Both of these, combined with a healthy lifestyle, can help you shed those extra kilos in the long term.
Research shows that apple cider vinegar helps prevent various types of cancer by eliminating free radicals and deterring the irregular formation of cells. It is also said to help reduce the size of tumours.
Apart from being an anti-glycemic, anti-obesity, anti-carcinogenic and a pro-heart health agent, apple cider vinegar is also an extremely effective ant-bacterial due to the presence of acetic acid among its list of constituents. While ancient medical practitioners used it to clean wounds, today, it can be used as a natural preservative to store food for longer periods, as it helps kill harmful bacteria and also prevents their growth.
Apple cider vinegar also detoxifies your body, eliminating harmful elements from it, due to its natural antioxidation properties. It is also known to be a solution for your acne troubles, a teeth cleanser, and a natural conditioner to get the thick bouncy hair you’ve been dreaming of!
Apple cider vinegar can be used in the preparation of dressings, marinades, sauces, gravies and pickles. Although it is made from apples, it doesn’t have an overpowering flavor and actually has a less distinctive smell than that of white distilled vinegar.
Now that you know the benefits of using apple cider vinegar as well as how you can include it in your daily diet, go pick up a bottle right away and indulge in its pure natural goodness. You will surely not be disappointed by the wonders it will do for your health!
To know more about the wonderful advantages of using apple cider vinegar, click here.
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I did not realise apple cider is so good but it taste awful any suggestions to lmprove the taste
Thanks for the write up on apple cider venegar. How many tea spoon is one cup? Thanks
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