With body image becoming such an important factor in modern life, apple cider vinegar has been explored as a possible fat burner. Its ability to speed up the metabolic process as well as support healthy digestion has caused many to declare it the next major supplement in the field of weight loss.
It contains acetic acid and pectin which help block the absorption of fat while ridding the body of cholesterol. Your body is aided in burning calories throughout the day with your small intestines absorbing less fat overall, causing them to be more effective. There is also a great number of minerals found in apple cider vinegar including iron, calcium and potassium used to support healthy bones, hair and teeth.
Vinegar itself can sometimes act as an appetite suppressant with the ability to regulate blood sugar levels. If a person's blood sugar level is stable, he or she is less likely to fall victim to a sugar crash. The first reaction to a sugar crash is to grab the nearest source of carbohydrates to shoot your blood sugar back up. The problem is usually the quickest carbohydrate you grab isn't going to be healthy for you. Apple cider vinegar regulating those levels prevents a person from grabbing something that may inhibit their weight loss goals.
Studies have shown apple cider vinegar also plays a role in the levels of cholesterol in the body. One study found rats who were fed food mixed with apple cider vinegar experienced lower levels of LDL ("bad") and HDL ("good") cholesterol.
Adding as little as 1,500 mg per day will help you not only burn fat but may help promote good blood circulation, improve metabolism and relieve arthritis stiffness.
The supplement doesn't have to be taken only in its liquid form to be effective, however. Due to the rather bitter taste of vinegar, companies have begun to offer it in capsule form.
Apple cider vinegar has shown to be most effective when used in combination with other elements. Creating a salad dressing, which normally has bitter tendencies, with apple cider vinegar masks the taste more than ingesting the vinegar directly.
No matter your reason for trying apple cider vinegar, it remains highly recommended for so many health reasons, you really can't lose.