how to incorporate apple cider vinegar in your daily diet

how to incorporate apple cider vinegar in your daily diet

If you’re a health and fitness enthusiast, you already know the usefulness of apple cider vinegar. For the uninitiated, here are the various benefits that it provides: 

  • Supports heart health
  • Helps lower blood sugar levels and manage diabetes
  • Supports healthy weight management
  • Supports gut health for healthy digestion
  • Helps improve skin health
  • Boosts your immune system
  • Gives you energy and helps you overcome fatigue

While all these benefits sound incredibly appealing, many of us struggle to make apple cider vinegar a part of our regular diet. That’s the reason I wanted to discuss a few ways you can incorporate this health elixir in your everyday life. 

One way is to use apple cider vinegar in cooking. You can simply add it to your salads, stir-fry vegetables, fried rice, or noodles. 

Many people prefer diluting it in water and drinking it as a beverage first thing in the morning — I am one of them! The common doses range from 1-2 teaspoons (5-10 ml) to 1-2 tablespoons (15-30 ml). I usually add around 2 teaspoons (10 ml) to 16 fl. oz. (500 ml) drinking water and have it every morning right after my morning workout session.  

I personally recommend sticking to small doses and ensuring that you don’t take large amounts. After all, it’s acidic in nature and if taken in excess, it can cause tooth enamel erosion and negatively affect your physical health. 

While there are many organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar options also containing a substance called mother, which consists of strands of proteins, enzymes, and friendly bacteria, now available both online and in your local grocery store, the best, safest, and most effective way — something that I just discovered recently — is having the Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies by Goli Nutrition. Along with providing all the above-mentioned benefits of apple cider vinegar, these gummies are infused with superfoods (organic pomegranate and beetroot), enriched with vitamins B9 and B12, and are relatively safer for tooth enamel. Moreover, they are easy to take and taste much better than the traditional ACV. So if you’re someone who has been struggling to include apple cider vinegar in your daily routine, whether it be because of the extra effort or the sour taste, I highly recommend Goli Gummies; they’re the total package and will be a wonderful addition to your everyday diet. Check them out here.

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