Apple Cider Vinegar Diet Review

The sour truth about this weight loss diet

Vital Stats

Full Name: Apple Cider Vinegar diet

Origin: This diet has been around for centuries; some even claim the ancient Egyptians used apple cider vinegar to help promote weight loss

Description: Take 1-3 tsp. of apple cider vinegar before meals

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Full Review of the Apple Cider Vinegar Diet

For some bizarre reason this weight loss diet has resurfaced. Apple cider vinegar has been used for centuries as a natural health remedy for many ailments. Some still swear by its effectiveness as a weight loss aid, but there is no scientific support to back this theory. Although apple cider has been shown to aid in digestion, its role in weight management still remains unproven.

Apple cider vinegar is created by fermenting the juice of an apple. The fermentation occurs when the juice of the apple is combined with sugar, yeast and specific bacteria. This forms acetic acid which many claim is the key ingredient in making apple cider vinegar an effective weight loss tool. To follow this diet, take up to three tsp. of apple cider vinegar before each meal.

Those who promote apple cider vinegar as a weight loss aid say that it can naturally help your body get rid of excess fluids, while speeding up your metabolism and helping control your appetite.

Apple cider vinegar is great for many other purposes, but don't expect much in terms of weight loss if you try this diet. Any weight that is lost from following the apple cider vinegar diet can be attributed to a calorie-reduced diet.

Average weight loss: None from using apple cider vinegar. Any weight loss that occurs would be due to a calorie-reduced diet.

Helpful Tips: Apple cider vinegar is available in liquid or capsule form. For faster results, use the liquid form.



Excellent source of vitamins and minerals

Doesn't help with weight loss

Great for many other conditions

Hard to swallow on its own

Tasty salad dressing

No evidence to support claims