What Happens When you Drink Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey on an Empty Stomach in the Morning

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The apple cider vinegar and honey drink helps alkalize your body and raise the pH level of your blood back to its natural state, helping you get rid of inflammation, infections, digestive problems, throat soreness and muscle pain and discomfort.

Simply put, its the most efficient natural bacteria-killing machine you can get for your buck and you can use it to both maintain an optimal well-being and ease the symptoms of existing diseases.

More specifically, this mixture works incredibly well for treating:

  • pain in the joints
  • acid reflux
  • high blood pressure
  • cholesterol levels
  • weight issues
  • low levels of energy
  • digestive issues  
  • skin problems

Stress, junk food and excessive consumption of sugar brings our pH value down, thus making the body acidic. At this point, the immune system really needs help to fight off every enemy of your health and get the bodys pH levels back in order, which is where this miraculous inexpensive drink comes in.

How to make it?

Making the apple cider vinegar and honey home remedy is really, really simple.

First of all, opt for raw, organic and unprocessed ingredients. Commercial, overly processed supermarket brands are usually stripped off their most important health benefits before they reach the shelf.

Then, mix 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in a cup of water and stir well.

Consume it on a daily basis, preferably half an hour before breakfast to ensure proper digestion.

Warning: You should have in mind that consuming high amounts of apple cider vinegar may result in low potassium levels and bone density. Also the vinegar may interact with diuretic, laxatives and medicine for diabetes and heart diseases. If you plan to use it for long time the best is to consult your doctor of pharmacist.

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Author: Jen Adair

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