Supports healthy blood sugar levels
Helps improve insulin sensitivity
Supports healthy weight managment
May help lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Supports body’s detoxification processes via liver and kidneys
Helps promote digestion and Ph balance
Supports healthy immune system
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What is Apple Cider Vinegar and How Does it Work?
Apple cider vinegar capsules are rich in nutrients that made from apple fruits. The apple cider vinegar is made from two fermentation process. The first is the yeast fermentation process where the sugar in the apple is converted into alcohol and in the second fermentation process the alcohol is converted to the acetic acid. The acetic acid in the apple cider vinegar gives the sour taste to the vinegar.
The apple cider vinegar contains the pectin, potassium, magnesium and malic acid. The pectin has the property to absorb the fat and toxins which are to be eliminated. Pectin also acts as prebiotic, encouraging healthy gut flora by supporting growth of probiotic bacteria. Potassium works along with the sodium and maintains the water balance and aids in metabolism.
Apple Cider Vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history. In 400 B.C. the great Hippocrates, father of medicine, used it for its amazing health qualities. ACV supports healthy blood sugar levels, improves insulin sensitivity and weight management. It also supports digestion and detoxification processes.
Ingredients: (per 2 capsules)
Apple Cider Vinegar Extract 1100mg
Take 2 capsules in the morning before or after breakfast to kick start your day
Servings per container 90
Gluten Free, Non GMO, Vegan
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