So, we all know that apple cider vinegar is kind of a big deal. It is the go-to main ingredient in a host of detox drinks out in the natural healing world.
Apple cider vinegar is a super duper powerful liquid with literally hundreds of uses. Not all apple cider vinegar is created equally, however. If you want to reap the benefits then you have to buy the organic apple cider vinegar with “the mother” in it. Anything with the word mommy in it is already healing, right?
The primary breakthrough for apple cider vinegar into the world of wellness has been in various detox drinks and teas.
The original and seemingly most popular recipe for an apple cider vinegar detox tea is comprised of apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, honey, cinnamon and a dash of cayenne pepper. This strange combination is toted as being a serious belly fat burner and digestive cleanse. Simply drink your apple cider vinegar tea once a day and you will see a slimmer waistline.
Apple cider vinegar is high in enzymes, probiotics and acetic acid; all power players in gut health.
But which apple cider vinegar detox recipes work best? It is this writer’s personal opinion that all Apple cider vinegar recipes will have a generally equal amount of health benefits. The reason that there are so many variations of this detox drink is because, let’s face it, even though apple cider vinegar is like the elixir of life, it tastes like rotten feet (well, what I would imagine rotten feet to taste like).
The variations of lemonade, grapefruit, green tea and even molasses are all also going to have some added benefits of their own. It matters less about the delivery method and more about getting the stuff down your throat with plenty of fluid so as not to burn your mouth, esophagus and stomach.
So, give it a shot…or a glass or a mug but get this golden glorious, wretched tasting super food into your belly on a consistent basis and watch your overall health improve.