5 Amazing Benefits from Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is one of the most famous household staples to exist, with claims of its power to cure any problem fueling its popularity. Shockingly, apple cider vinegar lives up to its home remedy praise as it has a plethora of uses that include cooking, beauty, cleaning, and overall health. Here are four ways apple cider vinegar can change your life and why you should grab a few bottles, today.  

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1. Clear and Even Out Skin

The acidity of the vinegar naturally exceeds that of most acne-related cleansers, which is why experts cite that although it would be best to dilute it (1 part apple cider vinegar to 2 parts water is the recommendation) before dabbing it onto your face. After consistently using this method, you will see that apple cider vinegar can be used as a toner to fade dark spots, acne scars, and existing dry acne. 

 

2. Aids in Weight Lost

Studies have shown that ingesting a small amount of apple cider vinegar while following a healthy low calorie, portion-controlled diet helps burn fat and keeps you fuller longer.

Although there are currently no known long-term effects of its frequent consumption, there is a likelihood that the benefits shine when it is part of a complete lifestyle change than solely relied on as a weight loss aid or believing that taking more than the safe amount (able a tablespoon or so) would have miraculous, fast results. 

 

3. Lowers Your Risk of Diseases

When under concentrated observation in labs, researchers found that apple cider vinegar can kill oesophagal cancer-related cells, improve insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes, and significantly reduce blood sugar levels.  It is cautioned, however, to begin using apple cider vinegar while alerting your doctor beforehand. This is especially important if you're on any prescribed medication at the time.

 

4. Brighten Your Smile

If you're not a fan or commercial teeth whiteners and mouthwashes, apple cider vinegar can be a useful alternative to your daily routine. The vinegar must be diluted to prevent damage to your teeth (the acid has shown to damage enamel). Only then could you relish in the antibacterial effects it has on bad breath and stains after frequent use. 

 

An Added Bonus!

Ladies, do you want shinier, healthier hair? Whether you suffer from dandruff, build-up from other products, have tangled locks, or just sweat enough that it requires frequent washing, apple cider vinegar can be used as a rinse.  As the rules go for skincare, the acidity of the vinegar invigorates the skin and removes imperfections in a snap. Just remember to dilute it first!