• Fergie drinks vinegar

    Fergie Drinks Vinegar. Should You?

    “From apple cider vinegar lowering blood sugar to balsamic improving heart health, here are science-backed ways that vinegar is good for you.” Hey, Fergie drinks vinegar. By Rachel Grumman Bender for YouBeauty.com

    Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.doctoroz.com

    Fergie drinks vinegar and personally I do too. I start the day with warm water and a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar & a teaspoon of raw honey. It’s a great way to kick start the digestive system. It is great for alkalizing the body and  can give you a great energy boost, ACV is actually great for your skin too. It is important to note that the apple cider vinegar needs to be organic and unpasteurized and the honey needs to be raw. Try it for 3 weeks and see what you notice.

    Actually adding the raw honey has several benefits as well! The combination of ACV and honey is perfect in the fight and prevention of infections thanks to its active compounds. In the same time it is great for the overall health and well being because it kills bacteria which causes inflammations, infections and various diseases and many more benefits.

    Some of the benefits are:

    • Eliminates pain in the joints so it is perfect for people with arthritis.
    • Eliminates acid and heartburn
    • Helps with digestion and constipation
    • Reduces cholesterol in the blood thus decreases blood pressure
    • Helps in the fight with extra weight
    • Great medicine for sore throat
    • Energy booster
    • Gives glow to the skin making it better and healthier
    • Eliminated bad breath
    • Helps with inflammation

    Grate some fresh ginger for an added kick if you like. I can’t start my day without this drink. I love it. If you start off putting good things into your body, guess what you will crave more good things. Let us know how you get on. Stay healthy, stay happy.

     

     

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