1. It’s good for your gut.
2. It may help control blood sugar.
3. It can aid in weight loss.
4. It’s a DIY nontoxic cleaner.
5. You can use it to wash produce.
6. It can make your hair shine.
7. It can act as a skin toner.
8. It can remove stains from teeth.
9. It can repel fleas from your pets.
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How to add ACV to your diet:
> Salad dressing
Elevate your salad by substituting your usual balsamic for ACV. Just mix it with healthy oils, herbs, and spices. This is a great way to sneak in some extra health benefits. You can also buy pre-made dressings that use ACV as one of the main ingredients.
> Probiotic tonic
Try creating your own tonic by mixing ACV with fruit and something sweet. Let it sit for a few days in the fridge. Pop in a few fresh berries for added color and flavor for a fun probiotic drink!
Another creative way to incorporate ACV into your diet is to use it as a tenderizer when you are cooking meat or poultry. Mix it with herbs and spices to create your own marinade recipe.
Having a party? Try adding ACV to your spiked cider or Bloody Mary mix recipes.
Still not sure about the taste? You can also get ACV in capsule form and take it that way. Warning: The capsules will still smell like apple cider vinegar.
(Credit to Darcy McDonough, MS with mbg)