Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting the juice of apples first with bacteria and yeast till it turns into alcohol and then fermenting it again with acetic acid-forming bacteria so that it turns into vinegar. Apple cider contains good bacteria for the gut, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. It’s normal for apple cider vinegar to be murky or cloudy. Apple cider vinegar is helpful for health concerns including diabetes, cancer, heart problems, high cholesterol, and weight issues.
Apple cider vinegar is helpful for you in many ways if you take it before bedtime:
- When you woke up in the morning you trouble with bad breath taste in your mouth. It is probably due to too much bacteria in your mouth. To get relief from this bad odor you can take one tablespoon apple cider vinegar with a half a glass of water and a slice of lemon before bedtime. This will keep bacteria at bay and let you wake up a cooler.
- According to health, eco, nutrition, and beauty expert, “the bacteria responsible for a sore throat can’t thrive in the acidic environment of apple cider vinegar. So taking one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar before bedtime can help you get rid of your sore infection.
- The highly acidic nature of apple cider vinegar is effective against many different kinds of pathogens and this is why it has been traditionally used to clean and disinfect wounds, treat nail fungus, lice, warts, and ear infections.
- Apple cider vinegar is surprisingly effective in keeping your weight under control. Studies have shown that when you drink apple cider vinegar with high carb meals you feel fuller and more sated. This can actually stop you from eating an extra 200–275 calories during the rest of the day.
- Apple cider vinegar can help your intestines better absorb calcium; the same seems to be true for iron. “The helpful prebiotics in apple cider vinegar that feeds our good bacteria allow us to absorb the vitamins and minerals from our food more easily.
Author Dr. Himani