The benefits of drinking apple cider vinegar include deterring the growth of negative bacteria and yeast, which helps the body feel better. Use apple cider vinegar instead of regular vinegar in many recipes with health advice from a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist in this free video on nutrition.
Hi, this is Rachael Richardson with Nutraloution in Miami Beach, Florida. In this clip, we're talking about the benefits of drinking apple cider vinegar. So there's a lot of diets out there that you may have seen that include apple cider vinegar. Actually haven't personally tried any myself, although I have talked to many clients who have felt that they have been beneficial. And so one of the ways that they're beneficial is by helping balancing your pH levels in your body. This is a, this helps either promote or deter some types of yeast and bacterial overgrowth, so we really want to deter a negative bacterial and yeast overgrowth. And believe it or not, our bacterial status, or our microbial health reflects a lot in how we feel. We've got trillions of bacteria in our system. More bacteria than cells in our in our bodies. So a couple ways though, if you aren't going to do a cleanse that includes apple cider, I do still recommend getting apple cider vinegar in your diet to replace other vinegars. And this is an example right here, and it really is delicious. You use it in any way that you would use normal vinegar, and again, it helps to balance your pH and helps to produce yeast overgrowth that other vinegars cause. This has been Rachael in Miami Beach, Florida.