Apple cider vinegar as a folk remedy, has been credited for curing everything from the flu to dandruff. However, it can also help reverse many serious diseases.
The benefits of apple cider vinegar derived from compounds including acetic acid, potassium, magnesium, and probiotics with healing enzymes. Science has shown evidences for a long time through empirical observation.
Apple cider vinegar can kill lice, aid in digestion, prevent the flu, acne, reduce inflammation, kill fungus, regulate the your pH balance, dissolve kidney stones, help alleviate allergies, migraines, asthma, nausea , heartburn and flush toxins from the body. Mixing apple vinegar with Stevia can enhance both products health benefits.
Here are 7 reasons why the apple cider vinegar is one of the most powerful health tonics...
7 reasons to use apple cider vinegar and stevia starting today:
The effect of apple cider vinegar in blood sugar levels is perhaps the best researched and the most promising health benefit. Several studies have found that vinegar may help glucose levels. Since Stevia is proven to be also an extraordinary glucose modulator, these products can be used together.
For example, one study (White, A. Diabetes Care, November 2007), carried 11 people with type 2 diabetes found that taking two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before going to sleep lowers glucose levels by morning of 4% to 6%. In another study by Arizona State University, the subjects took a drink of 20 grams of apple cider vinegar and 40 grams of water.
Persons with insulin resistance who drank vinegar were 34% less postprandial (after a meal) glucose compared to controls. You can add two drops of Viteliah Stevia liquid form.
Vinegar can be the most profitable drug for diabetes history, but most people with diabetes are still not aware of its benefits.
This miraculous vinegar helps break the mucosa through the body and cleanse the lymph nodes.
Research suggests that apple cider vinegar can help with allergies due to its ability to reduce congestion and sinus mucosa.
You can also help prevent breast infections and related symptoms such as sore throat and headaches.
3) High cholesterol.
A 2006 study in Medscape General Medicine, showed evidence that apple cider vinegar could lower cholesterol.
In a study published in a medical journal, scientists found that a diet of improved cider vinegar apple can raise HDL ("good" cholesterol) and lower triglyceride levels, while research in rats suggests that vinegar also apple cider can help control triglycerides and cholesterol (Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry June 22, 2011).
4) Blood pressure and heart health.
A large observational study found that people who consumed oil and vinegar on salads five to six times a week had lower rates of heart disease than people who did not.
Researchers have suggested that 'this reduction in blood pressure can be caused by the significant reduction in the activity of renin and the subsequent reduction of angiotensin II'.
Potassium vinegar 'balances the levels of sodium in the body, which helps keep blood pressure within healthy limits' and' apple cider vinegar also contains magnesium, a mineral that works to relax the walls of blood vessels and blood pressure therefore less high ".
Another study in rats also found that vinegar can lower high blood pressure.
5) Alkaline Balance.
Apple cider vinegar helps the body maintain a healthy alkaline pH level, and some "alternative" doctors recommend the use of apple cider vinegar to help balance the acid-alkaline levels in the body.
The theory behind the alkaline diet is that our blood is slightly alkaline (with a normal pH level of between 7.35 and 7.45) and that our diet should reflect this pH level and the body is constantly striving to achieve this state of balance.
Research shows that higher levels of acid (lower pH level) lead to a lack of energy and an increased incidence of infection.
Proponents of the theory of acid-alkaline believe that a diet rich in foods that cause acid leads to lack of energy, excessive production of mucus, infection, anxiety, irritability, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion and sinus sinuses, allergic reactions, and increased risk of conditions such as arthritis and gout.
6) Health hair and face.
It is widely known that apple cider vinegar can be used as a hair rinse after shampooing to keep hair healthy and shiny.
Recycle a shampoo bottle and fill with a half tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and one of Stevia leaves infusion and a cup of cold water. Pour through your hair after shampooing several times a week.
You can also dilute the apple cider vinegar with two parts water and apply it on the face with a cotton ball after washing your face, in the morning or before applying your moisturizer.
You can also apply apple cider vinegar on age spots and leave it on at night to lighten their color.
7) Weight loss.
For thousands of years, vinegar has been used for weight loss. Why? White vinegar (and perhaps other types) can help you feel satiated.
One study (Ostman, E. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2005) in 12 people found that those who ate a piece of bread along with small amounts of vinegar, was fuller and more satisfied than those who just ate bread.
A 2009 study in mice showed that consumption of acetic acid (the active apple cider vinegar component), upregulates the expression of genes for enzymes of fatty acid oxidation in the liver, causing a deletion in the body fat accumulation.
An experiment conducted at three different groups of obese people, based on similar body weights, body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference. Each group drank 500 ml drink containing either 30 ml, 15 ml, or vinegar 0ml daily for 12 weeks.
The group of 30ml and 15ml, had lower body mass index, visceral fat area, waist circumference, serum triglycerides, and body weight 0ml control group. Weight losses were modest 12 weeks: 1.2 kg in the group of 15 ml and 1.7 kg in the group of 30 ml.
Both groups consumed similar amounts of calories with the control group, and also performed a similar amount of exercise, so the effect is not likely to have been due to an impact on appetite or other lifestyle changes. It was concluded that vinegar consumption could reduce obesity.
Directions: Dilute 2 tablespoons vinegar in 1 cup water with two drops of Viteliah Liquid Drops. fast. For any questions about the dose, ask your doctor. You can complete the effect by replacing sugar with Viteliah Stevia from your diet and adding some drops to the mixture mentionedabove.