The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

For centuries, apple cider vinegar has remained a popular staple for cooking, drinking, and herbal medications. Multiple healing cultures and herbal medicinal practices worldwide laud the benefits of apple cider vinegar in addressing multiple health concerns, including regulating blood sugar levels, alleviating the symptoms of diabetes, and controlling cholesterol levels.

Modern research reveals that apple cider vinegar has potently powerful antioxidant properties along with antimicrobial effects and serves as a healthy weight loss aid. Listed below are some benefits of apple cider vinegar that are sure to positively impact your health.


Did you know apple cider vinegar is rich in beneficial acids and powerhouse nutrients? That’s right, apple cider vinegar packs up high concentrations of acetic acid, owing to the fermentation process that transforms apples into vinegar, giving it a sour taste profile.

Apple cider vinegar is also rich in proteins, gut-friendly bacteria, potassium, and enzymes. Some other common benefits of its rich nutrients are that apple cider vinegar creates radiant skin, conditions hair, whitens teeth, aids in coughs and colds, and even soothes hiccups!


The gut needs a healthy balance of friendly and harmful bacteria, and regular consumption of apple cider vinegar can heal the gut by killing harmful bacteria.  Apple cider vinegar is highly effective at eroding pathogens and gut-damaging bacteria.

In fact, the earliest herbal and medicinal uses of apple cider vinegar involve cleaning and disinfecting wounds and treating ear infections and nail fungus.  Some research indicates diluted apple cider vinegar can prove effective in treating acne when applied topically, and even for healing face bruises.


Apple cider vinegar is all the rage in fitness and nutrition circles because of its ability to curb appetite and promote satiation. When consumed regularly, it can help you naturally reduce your appetite and speed up the metabolism to eat less and burn more.

Not only that, but apple cider vinegar is also recommended to treat constipation, potentially reduce bloating and indigestion, and radically increase body energy.


It is evident that apple cider vinegar has a lot of health benefits. It eases a sore throat, soothes a toothache, and is great for relieving leg cramps, too. However, it is important to note that like everything else, moderation is key when it comes to consuming apple cider vinegar.

It is recommended that you consult your doctor or nutritionist before adding apple cider vinegar or any other vinegar to your daily diet, especially if you take medications for chronic illnesses.

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Jennifer Burton

As an author, producer, screenwriter, founder of ALEXZUS Media and BurSel Black Wine, Jennifer inspires women to live boundlessly. Engage with her on a variety of issues from lifestyle and wellness to topics impacting women's social and economic empowerment.