Drink­ing ap­ple cider vine­gar

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Drink­ing vine­gar for medic­i­nal rea­sons has been around for cen­turies and many peo­ple swear by it to help re­duce weight, sup­port gut health and re­duce blood sugar. We’re not talk­ing the vine­gar you splash on your chips – ap­ple cider vine­gar has a rounded flavour and prod­ucts such as the raw, un­fil­tered Bragg Or­ganic Ap­ple Cider Vine­gar (sold in Hol­land & Bar­rett) is made with mother of vine­gar. Waitrose saw sales of ap­ple cider vine­gar rise 60% this year.

It’s best to check with a med­i­cal pro­fes­sional be­fore drink­ing vine­gar on a reg­u­lar ba­sis – highly acidic, vine­gar can de­stroy teeth enamel, cause burns in your throat and upset your stom­ach, so it must be di­luted. Check out your lo­cal deli for new drink­ing vine­gars emerg­ing this year.

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