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

Chronic diseases have a negative influence on one’s well-being. Namely, they reduce your energy and can lead to numerous other serious health issues. Nowadays, thanks to fast way of life, we consume mostly unhealthy food and we experience stress on a daily basis. If your lifestyle is like this or very similar, the remedy presented below is what you need.

An unhealthy lifestyle can cause the body to become acidic and cause a imbalance in your pH levels. In most cases, this results in illnesses, inflammation, and infections.

One natural way to restore the pH balance is to start consuming apple cider vinegar.  Although chronic diseases aren’t only a consequence of an unhealthy lifestyle and diet, but of numerous other contributing factors, these two risk factors are the main ones.

ACV and honey: the magical solution?

Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apples and it is rich in essential nutrients like vitamin B1, B2, C, folic acid, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, and iron. Moreover, it has an abundance of acetic and citric acid.

What’s more, honey is also rich in minerals and vitamins and the less produced the honey is, the healthier it will be. When combined together, honey and ACV can treat joint ache, acid reflux, and heartburn, as well as lower the bad cholesterol and triglycerides, reduce high blood pressure, increase your energy, treat bad breath, and alleviate a sore throat.

Let’s take a look at the recipe; it’s very simple and easy:

You will need:

A cup of water

A tsp of organic honey

A tsp of ACV

Preparation:

First, you need to mix all the ingredients in one glass and then drink the content 20 minutes before breakfast. After drinking the mixture, drink a glass of water to wash down the remedy.

Important to know: People who take laxative, diuretics, and diabetes and heart medications should always consult their physician before trying this natural treatment.

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