Apple Cider Vinegar & It's Health Benefits

June 07, 2020

Apple Cider Vinegar & It's Health Benefits

Apple cider vinegar is a popular home remedy. People have used it for centuries in cooking and medicine.

Many people claim it can relieve a wide range of health issues, but you may wonder what the research says.

Apple cider vinegar has various healthful properties, including antimicrobial and antioxidant effects. What’s more, evidence suggests it may offer health benefits, such as aiding weight loss, reducing cholesterol, lowering blood sugar levels, and improving the symptoms of diabetes.

In this blog, we look at the evidence behind 6 possible health benefits of apple cider vinegar.

1. High in healthful substances

Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting the sugar from apples. This turns them into acetic acid, which is a main active ingredient in vinegar and may be responsible for its health benefits.

2. Can help kill harmful bacteria


The main substance in vinegar — acetic acid — can kill harmful bacteria or prevent them from multiplying. It has a history of use as a disinfectant and natural preservative.

3. May help lower blood sugar levels and manage diabetes

Apple cider vinegar has shown great promise in improving insulin sensitivity and helping lower blood sugar responses after meals.

4. May aid weight loss

Studies suggest that vinegar can increase feelings of fullness and help you eat fewer calories, which may lead to weight loss.

5. Improves heart health in animals

Several animal studies have shown that vinegar can reduce blood triglycerides, cholesterol, and blood pressure. However, there is no strong evidence that it leads to a reduced risk of heart disease in humans.

6. May boost skin health

Apple cider vinegar is naturally acidic and has antimicrobial properties. This means it could help improve the skin barrier and prevent infections. However, more studies are needed to know how safe and effective this remedy is.


Dosage and how to use it

A common dosage for apple cider vinegar ranges from 1 teaspoon to 2 tablespoons (10–30 mL) per day, either used in cooking or mixed in a glass of water or juice. 

Two of our latest juices Kick Start & Morning Greens contain the recommended daily dosage of Apple Cider Vinegar.