apple cider vinegar


7 myths about apple cider vinegar you probably believe

Losing weight usually comes down to eating healthy and incorporating fat-burning workouts into your regular routine. But after sweating at the gym every day and meal prepping bland chicken breasts for weeks, it’s easy to want to see drastic results right away. Unfortunately, that’s not how things work. Results can be incredibly slow, so it’s easy for impatient people to turn to supplements. Enter apple cider vinegar, which has earned a reputation for everything from fat-burning to curing diabetes. While there are plenty of potential pros associated with the substance, there’s no need to swallow spoonfuls of the stuff every morning. So what is actually true about the tonic? Before adding apple cider vinegar to your daily diet, read below to separate fact from fiction. Myth: It helps you lose weight fast.  There is not much science to back the claim that apple cider vinegar kick starts the metabolic process that results in…

These were the top 5 most-Googled diets of 2017

No one has ever found a magical meal plan for weight loss, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying. In attempt to get out of the rigorous exercise and rigid eating plan that a super fit body requires, people instead peruse the internet looking for the next fad diet that claims to effortlessly drop pounds. Some of them are backed by a little science, but others don’t have much merit (suuuuure Emily Ratajkowski. We totally believe you eat pastries every day). Here are the top 5 Googled diets of 2017 that you may not even know existed. https://www.instagram.com/p/BW-JOv0hT29/?tagged=applecidervinegardiet 1. Apple Cider Vinegar Diet Apple cider vinegar enthusiasts claim that it can aid in digestion. Proponents say they take anywhere from a teaspoon to a tablespoon a day to relieve bloating and encourage weight loss. But how well do these claims actually hold up? A 2009 study found that after a high-fat meal, mice…