The Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss Diet is one of the numerous suggestions that has probably been thrown your way if you are planning on shedding a little weight and you will no doubt be thinking if this one could be the one for you.
Firstly, lets get an idea of what exactly Apple cider Vinegar Weight Loss is.
It is said to be an age old medical remedy of sorts that dates back to the days of Hypocrates, The Babylonians, The Egyptians and probably any other period deeply mysterious enough to give it good sales pitch. I’m sorry that sound cynical and I’m not saying that this isn’t true, it’s just there are a lot of different stories to blend together on this little tonic’s triumphant rise to stardom and I tend to prefer facts myself… but I’m not here to dismiss it and if it works…great!
”HOW IT WORKS” and “IF IT WORKS” are the point here, and…even more to the point…is it healthy for you? Remember, I would only want to promote something on this web site that is used in conjunction with a healthy diet or meal plan and I’m not into fad stuff!
Again there are a few bits of varied information on this subject and I’m sure you’ll be glad to here they seem to be very positive in the main with claims of aiding weight reduction, improving the symptoms of such problems as diabetes, acne, cholesterol, sinus infection, heartburn, arthritis, hair loss and even relaxing constipation… and others to boot. Naturally occurring antibiotics and antiseptics fight germs and it’s natural enzymes make it beneficial for joint health, helping with arthritis and osteoporosis.
This is probably the reason you are reading this blog article and I’m not about to tell you that this is exactly what you have been looking for. NO! What I am going to do is do a little more research and bring you the best information on this in stages.
That’s not a cop out…it’s a reasonable approach to take as I have your health concerns at heart, but what I will do is tell you some of the information I have already gleaned and tell you firstly, to take all this with a pinch of salt (not literally of course ha! ha!) as such things hit a frenzied high and then disappear, and secondly, I can’t guarantee any of this is scientifically correct.
There is no scientific evidence to show that the apple cider vinegar weight loss diet can help you lose pounds. Clinical trials and studies are not required for natural products, unlike weight loss drugs, and supplement companies can freely make exaggerated claims touting its magical fat burning and weight loss properties.
This again has a lot of mixed information and I will pass you more as the this blog category develops. In principle though, the idea is to take a table spoon or two of the vinegar before each meal (apparently organic is best). Many people will suggest you diffuse the disagreeable taste by diluting it in a glass of water and will wax lyrical about the health benefits which again I do not wish to vouch for.
You don’t seem to need to do any more than that really and I must admit it seems a little too good to be true. As I have said I’m not here to dismiss, just inform, and if you wish to give it a crack be my guest. As far as I can find there doesn’t appear to be any bad or adverse side affects from this approach to weight loss but once again I will refer to my previous notes and suggest I do not have the scientific proof to prove otherwise.