The Benefits of healthy foods
These are the health benefits of drinking this nectar daily!
Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apple juice!
Apple cider vinegar has got to be one might healthiest drinks you can drink on a daily basis.
The health benefits are outstanding including assisting with weight loss!
Apple cider vinegar is also loaded with essential nutrients.
More and more people are becoming aware of the benefits this product and drinking it daily, combined with a whole lemon, sparkling water, a lime and a piece of ginger!
Drink it three times a day every day.
Please Note: To drink it on its own is not possible as it is too intense and will need to be diluted.
It’s now supported by mainstream science.
The benefits are many and include the following:
It will immediately lower blood sugar levels.
Helps to clean your arteries and blood.
Helps to CLEAN & heal your liver and its function.
Reduces the risk of stroke.
Helps repair your liver & cardiovascular system.
Improves insulin insensitivity.
Reduces belly fat.
Helps to decrease the growth of cancer cells.
It is a natural and healthy laxative.
Lowers blood pressure.
Apple cider vinegar alone contains the following:
Essential amino acids
Drinking apple cider vinegar every day will improve your health immediately.
An easy way to drink it is by putting filtered water or carbonated sparkling water in a blender and adding:
A splash of apple cider vinegar
A whole lemon (Optional)
A whole lime (Optional)
A piece of ginger (Optional)
The cost of apple cider vinegar
A one litre bottle costs around £10.00 GDP UK and will last the average person maybe two weeks!
Make sure you buy ONLY pure, organic and fermented products without any additives – just pure!
You must consult with your doctor or GP before adding this product to your diet.
If you are unwell and on medication we strongly advise that you must consult with your doctor before trying this product especially if you are diabetic as this will alter or affect what your diabetic medication does!
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