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What does apple cider vinegar do for weightloss?

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Also if you know what lemon juice does for weightloss, thanks.

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3 Responses to “What does apple cider vinegar do for weightloss?”

  1. Ricardo said:

    Hello!

    I found this that i think my help you.

    Apple Vinegar

    Apple cider vinegar has long been used as a health aid for weight loss and circulatory health. It is a very safe supplement, even for children. There are no known side effects resulting from using it. It is obtained from the fermentation of apple juice. The fermentation provides alcoholic apple cider that is combined with oxygen to produce acetic acid. The pH of AVC (apple cider vinegar) is very beneficial for the body.

    Apple cider vinegar is quite rich in minerals, vitamins and other substances. It contains vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin, A, vitamin P, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and vitamin B6. ACV also a lot of beneficial minerals like manganese, iron, calcium, sodium, magnesium, sulpher, copper, phosphorus, silicon, chlorine and fluorine.
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    ACV provides enzymes, amino acids, aldehydes, potash, alcoholic acids, propionic acid, and apple pectin. Apple pectin is a dietary fiber that is an essential component of a healthy diet. With more than ninety substances and a great deal of minerals and vitamins, apple cider vinegar can be one of the most important ingredients in a healthy diet.

    Lemon Juice

    The main benefit offered by a juice fast, to those who wish to lose weight, is the speed of the weight loss. Initially, weight loss can be as high as three-to-four pounds per day, but as the fast continues, the average loss will be one pound-per-day.

    To see a person drop 30-to-40 pounds in a 30-day juice fast is to see a person totally transform his life. Self-esteem is given a boost and for the first time in their life, discipline becomes a lifestyle. The fast becomes a catalyst for a total life overhaul. People start dressing better, showing more confidence, becoming more organized, more dedicated in relationships and more at peace.

    The fear is that while juice fasting, the metabolism will slow down and afterward there will be more weight gained than before the fast. Initially, any calorie reduction will cause a lowering in the BMR or base metabolic rate. Cleansing will bring health that will increase metabolic performance and energy output. In other words, you will eat less and feel more energetic.

  2. texaspsycho26 said:

    Well… I always felt it didn’t work for weight loss. It will cause an upset stomach so perhaps you just won’t be able to eat. Models drink a concoction of that every morning for its health/beauty benefits.

    You will instantly have to purge in all forms… so I’m sure it’s very cleansing to the body.

    In fact, I’m sure it doesn’t… the old school stacks in products like Ripped Fuel and Hydroxycut worked much better, and those still weren’t miracle pills. They contained ephedrine, caffeine, sometimes yohimbine and white willow bark which is just aspirin to thin out your blood making the side effects far more noticeable.

    It’s very acidic which can’t be good for your teeth or enamel. So if you take anything that will really help weight loss(such as any ADD med) it will lose its efficiency. Citric acid is apparently even in black tea.

    Bottom line, it’s good in the morning if you feel bloated, and might help a hangover(for me anyway) but it doesn’t have any properties associated with anything that could actually help you lose weight. Nausea is not the way to lose weight. Fiber pills would probably be more effective and probably better for your stomach.

  3. ny said:

    Dr. Andrew Weil offers his expert opinion on this matter:
    “There is absolutely no scientific evidence showing that apple cider
    vinegar can aid in weight loss or that it contains any magic
    ingredients that help you to shed pounds. Back in the 1970s when this
    diet took its place among the many weight loss fads and scams,
    proponents claimed that somehow a combination of apple cider, kelp,
    vitamin B-6, and lecithin fooled the body’s metabolism into burning
    fat faster than it would normally.

    These days the claims are far less elaborate – supposedly, all you
    need to do to lose weight is to take one, two, or three teaspoons of
    apple cider vinegar before every meal, starting with one teaspoon and
    then working up to two or three. I understand that taking more than
    three teaspoons isn’t supposed to lead to better results. The only
    dieting advice you get with this “diet” is to eat moderate portions at
    meals, avoid snacking, and wait for the apple cider vinegar to reduce
    your hunger and food cravings.”

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