Healthy Weight Loss with Apple Cider Vinegar

We’ve all heard about the apple cider vinegar cleanse, but what are the facts? Does it get results? How does it affect your body? How much do you need to add to your diet?

We have the answers to all these questions, thanks to Dr. Michael Greger, MD. After researching the topic extensively and testing various vinegars in his own diet, Dr. Greger has found that vinegar does in fact, aid weight-loss.

“How?” you ask; keep reading!

Even though vinegar has been used in diets since the early 1800’s, it was not until recently that we discovered exactly how it affects the body.

Categorized as an acetic acid, vinegar forces the body to produce energy when ingested. This activates an enzyme known as AMPK, which tells the body to continue to burn off fat instead of store it in pre-existing fat cells.

In order to determine how much vinegar should be added to a diet in order to achieve these results, a recent study was done in Japan. The researchers found that even as little as 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar a day caused significant weight-loss; up to 5 pounds of visceral fat gone in 12 weeks! This may not sound like much, but you have to remember that no other changes were made in the subject’s diets at all; they simply added a little bit of vinegar!

For more detail on this study and the amazing properties of vinegar, watch Dr. Michael Greger’s video on the topic here:

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