Monday, February 9, 2015

How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Drinks to Keep You Healthy

Have you ever wonder why there is so much buzz around apple cider vinegar (ACV) these days? Cleansing diets and juicing have become so popular, and I think that’s created the recent buzz around vinegar. It is truly one of the best things that you can consume on a daily basis for your overall health. It helps to curb the appetite and helps you lose weight, it controls blood sugars, it improves the appetite. ACV is one of nature’s best detoxifiers. Which helps to cleanse the body of toxins and other unwanted or harmful substances and supports the liver and kidneys in processing and eliminating this waste.

Research shows that vinegars contain antioxidants, which slow premature aging and reduce the risk of cancer. Vinegar improves blood sugar levels. Drinking apple cider vinegar before a high-carbohydrate meal improves insulin sensitivity—slowing the rate of blood sugar levels rising—in people who are insulin resistant or have type 2 diabetes. I would like to share few recipes with you, for drinks with apple cider vinegar to detox and keep yourself healthy!

For the basic recipe, all you need is 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar and 1 cup still or sparkling water.

This is the most basic and fast to make recipe for an ACV drink. Add the apple cider vinegar to a glass, then dilute with one cup water. Enjoy cold 2-3 times a day before meals.

One of my favorite recipe for an ACV drink is called lemon water apple cider vinegar.


1 glass of water
1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp. lemon juice
½ tsp ground cinnamon
1 pinch cayenne pepper
Honey to taste

Mix all ingredients together and drink immediately. The lemon juice and cayenne pepper both help to stimulate the metabolism, making this an excellent choice for those who are detoxing to help with weight loss.

Bottom line: Vinegar can be beneficial in several ways, but it isn’t a magical cure-all and doesn’t replace common sense behaviors like eating a healthy, balanced diet, vinegar is an acid, so going overboard with it or not rinsing out your mouth after consuming it can erode tooth enamel over time.

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