Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss: Fact or Fiction?

Apple cider vinegar weight loss, sounds like an obscure remedy for weight loss but those who advocate the method point to a wide range of health benefits including reduced LDL cholesterol levels, improved blood sugar levels and reduced cravings for unhealthy foods.

Supporters of the method advocate the addition of a tea spoon of the vinegar into a glass of water and drinking or else consuming apple cider vinegar in another from such as mixed with olive oil on a salad.

Those who claim that apple cider vinegar helps with weight loss indicate that the substance acts as an appetite suppressant and thus help with weight loss by reducing the number of calories eaten in the first place.

If looking to try the method, buy an unfiltered apple cider vinegar, this is vinegar which still contains the “mother” and is recommended by those who claim that substance can help with weight loss.

While there is no harm in trying the method, be aware that there is also no scientific evidence or mass studies to date which have proved that apple cider vinegar alone can help an individual to lose weight.

Only testing the method will allow you to decide if this one works however, be sceptical of any expensive supplements or overpriced versions of the product aimed at the weight loss market.