Raw apple cider vinegar is an excellent choice to help you lose weight, maintain your blood sugar, cure athlete’s foot, plus so much more. It has been used for years and years in place of traditional medicine to treat many ailments.
One of the most popular reasons to use it is to lose weight. The typical way most people use raw apple cider vinegar is with a basic tonic. To make a tonic, one would mix two to three teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with a glass of water. Depending on how you tolerate the taste, you may need to add sugar, juice or honey in the tonic to be able to drink it.
Raw apple cider vinegar also has been linked to helping control blood sugar and insulin levels. This is one of the main reasons it helps those who take it lose weight. When your insulin levels are consistent, you are able to lose extra weight.
Apple cider vinegar can also be used on sore joints. This is an amazing way to treat sore joints. There are three ways you can use apple cider vinegar to treat your sore muscles. First, you can drink the tonic. This is probably the most common. Secondly, you can mix two to three tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with one to two tablespoons of coconut oil creating an ointment to rub on your sore joints, topically. Lastly, you can add one cup of apple cider vinegar to six cups of warm water to relieve sore feet.
Experts caution that one should not consume more than eight ounces of apple cider vinegar per day or they could experience low potassium levels. Diabetics should monitor their blood sugar often since it can lower their insulin levels.
Apple cider vinegar is inexpensive and relatively safe. There is no reason to at least try it and see if it lives to its growing reputation as being the cure for everything from obesity to sinus pressure. The great thing about it is, it is cost effective. If you try it and do not like it, in the end you wasted less than two dollars.