Both apple cider vinegar and honey are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to health and beauty, and each has been used for years for treating and preventing a large number of health problems.
But when the two are combined, they make a very powerful combination for keeping your body maximally healthy.
People mostly use honey because for a number of reasons, the most important of which are its antioxidant content, its potency in eliminating inflammations, and its ability to relieve acid refluxes. While Apple cider vinegar has even more uses, but it is mostly used because it is extremely helpful in curing digestion difficulties, burning fat, as well as treating muscle and joint aches.
Put these two powerful ingredients together and you’ll end up with a winning combination for treating not only joint aches, acid refluxes, digestion issues, and infections, but you will also be able to boost your energy, lose weight, solve your skin problems, get rid of your bad breath, as well as lower your blood pressure.
The health benefits that can be gained by this combination might be because both apple cider vinegar and honey can restore your body’s alkalinity, i.e. raise your pH levels, so that your body can more effectively resists bacteria and germs.
What do you need (ingredients):
- Honey (1 teaspoon of);
- Apple Cider Vinegar ( 1 tablespoon of; fresh, unprocessed);
- Water (1 glass of).
Tip: to check whether your apple cider vinegar is unprocessed, look for a pulp-like formation at the bottom of the bottle. If it’s there then you are buying the right type.
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How to prepare it and use it:
Just add your vinegar and honey to your glass of water, and drink it first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach. After you drink it, wait for about half an hour before you eat your breakfast.
Caution: Too much apple cider vinegar is not good for your body. Over-consumption might lead to lower bone density and potassium concentration. Furthermore, it could interfere with medication for diabetes and heart conditions, so if you are not sure whether you should be using it on a long term basis – consult your doctor first.
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