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Apple cider vinegar is the product of the fermentation of cider or apple must and is used as a condiment, also thanks to its aroma. The presence of apples makes it a condiment rich of many beneficial properties. It has an intense yellow color and is usually more turbid than wine vinegar and with sediments on the bottom (mainly composed of acetic bacteria).
Apple cider vinegar has always been considered a useful remedy for treating various ailments, chosen by grandmothers to combat inflammation, colds, coughs and much more.
There are numerous properties within apple cider vinegar for the well-being of our body. It contains many vitamins (vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, but also vitamin C and group E) together with minerals (calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium and sulfur), amino acids, enzymes, fruit acids and pectin.
If you have heartburn, you can replace the classic over-the-counter drugs with a glass of water in which you have diluted 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. If, on the other hand, you have accumulated phlegm, you can do some fumigations to help expel it. It can also be used to reduce fever. Apple cider vinegar sponging can be done on the nape of the neck and wrists and as an anti-inflammatory, it can be massaged warm on painful parts of the body.
It also appears that this natural remedy can reduce the chance of bladder stone formation and keep allergy symptoms at bay. If you have diabetes, you can make good use of it because it can reduce blood sugar. Some findings have emerged that see it effective in diabetes. In a 2007 study it was found that type 2 diabetic patients who consumed apple cider vinegar showed changes in blood sugar levels.
In a study from 2008 done on rats, scientists found out that “Apple cider vinegar also reduced serum triglyceride (TG) levels (p<0.005) and increased HDL-c (p<0.005) in diabetic animals. These results indicate that apple cider vinegar improved the serum lipid profile in normal and diabetic rats by decreasing serum TG, LDL-c and increasing serum HDL-c and may be of great value in managing the diabetic complications (Shishehbor et al., 2008).
Furthermore, a study from 2012 found that “Consumption of apple cider vinegar over an 8-week period had a beneficial effect in significant reductions in harmful blood lipids and is recommended as a simple and cost-effective treatment for hyperlipidemia” (Beheshti et al., 2012).
It helps stimulate diuresis, helping you to expel toxins from the body and regulating the pH. Furthermore, the potassium present in apple cider vinegar increases muscle endurance. When used for rinsing, it keeps the oral cavity safe from bad breath, as well as preventing sore throats.
Moreover, being able to lower blood cholesterol and pressure, it is a valid ally for the health of your heart. A study conducted in 2001 found in fact that acetic acid can reduce blood pressure.
And last but not least, you can reduce the smell of cooked vegetables by pouring 3 teaspoons into the cooking water, suitable for cauliflower.
Apple cider vinegar was known in Mesopotamia as early as 5,000 BC. The Chinese themselves, in 1200 BC, used it almost as if it were a medicine. It is said that Hippocrates used to prescribe it together with honey as a cough suppressant.
We also find traces of it in the sacred texts, both in the Old and in the New Testament. The Romans used it to purify water from possible infections. Instead, arriving up to the 1700s, it seems that it was used as a restorative tonic and was considered a highly prized product.
Apple cider is known for improving digestion and help you lose weight. Furthermore, by carrying out an astringent action, it is able to stop the sense of hunger. It has also been seen that when consumed as a condiment in meals, it manages to reduce the release of glucose into the blood, thus decreasing the formation of insulin, the hormone responsible for the accumulation of fat. A 2006 research showed that rats fed acetic acid for 19 days had a significant reduction in total cholesterol and triglycerides.
For those who want to try to lose weight with apple cider vinegar we recommend drinking a few teaspoons during the day diluted in water. Obviously, this remedy must be accompanied by physical activity and a balanced and healthy diet.
An aid to weight loss and cholesterol is a vinegar-based mini-diet that includes 2 teaspoons of honey and 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to drink for 1-2 months, in the morning and in the evening, before meals. It is revitalizing and stimulates the metabolism.
This product must be used in the right doses, otherwise an exaggeration in quantities could produce side effects such as nausea, dermatological problems, and breathing difficulties.
As always, we advise you to pay attention to the origin of the purchased product. Choose organic apple cider vinegar to be sure that no pesticides have been used. If you notice that there are floating residues and the appearance seems a bit cloudy, you have to discard it. But if the deposits are only on the bottom, do not worry, they are acetic bacteria, which not being filtered and pasteurized can in fact settle on the bottom.
If taken pure and without being diluted in juice or water, it can damage tooth enamel, also causing damage to the tissues of the throat and mouth.
Furthermore, continued consumption of apple cider vinegar can reduce bone density and potassium levels. For this reason, those suffering from chronic diseases should consult their doctor before using them. Finally, this remedy can interact with different drugs: in particular it is not recommended for those who use medicines against diabetes and heart disease, but also for those who use laxatives and diuretics daily.
For those of you who simply cannot stand the flavor of apple cider vinegar, rejoice! Several supplement manufacturers came to our rescue and developed a way to allow us to enjoy the benefits of apple cider vinegar without having to actually taste it: apple cider vinegar gummies. These gummies come full of acetic acid—the key ingredient in apple cider vinegar—but they’re also quite tasty and enjoyable.