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Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar, produced by the brand well-known from its natural products, is the highest quality vinegar with an invaluable health-promoting effect. It can be taken directly or added addition to dishes or beverages.
Apple cider vinegar is produced in a two-stage process. In the first stage, the apple pulp is mixed with wheat, what causes the sugars fermentation and the alcohol formation. Then, the bacterium is added to the alcoholic solution, initiating the alcohol conversion into the acetic acid, the main active ingredient in vinegar.
Bragg apple vinegar is organic and unfiltered so it also contains so-called "the Mother" - a mixture of proteins, enzymes and bacteria valuable for the body, which gives the substance a slightly cloudy look. According to some people, the "Mother" is responsible for the majority of the apple cider vinegar therapeutic effects.
Vinegar is helpful in the fight against the pathogenic microorganisms. Traditionally, it was used for cleansing and disinfection, treatment of mycosis, lice and ear infections. Already two thousand years ago, Hippocrates, the father of the modern medicine, used it to cleanse wounds.
Vinegar was also used as a food preservative, and the researches have demonstrated that it prevents the food spoilage and the growth of bacteria such as E. coli. The addition of vinegar is a natural way to extend the shelf-life of the processed products and dishes.
Supports the fight against diabetes
One of the most significant effects of the vinegar is the positive effect on patients suffering from type 2 diabetes. This disease is characterized by the high blood glucose levels due to the insulin resistance or decreased insulin secretion. However, high sugar levels may also be a problem in healthy people, it may contribute to aging and many chronic conditions.
Everyone should maintain the proper blood sugar level. The most effective way is to adapt the diet and avoid refined sugar and sucrose, but adding apple cider vinegar too food it may also be beneficial.
This vinegar appeared to be very effective in glucose and insulin controlling. It improves the insulin sensitivity during a carbohydrate-rich meal by about 19-34%. Just two tablespoons of the apple cider vinegar at bedtime can reduce fasting glucose levels by 4%. It also reduces sugar levels by as much as 34% after consuming 50 grams of white bread. For these reasons, apple cider vinegar can be used in diabetics and people who want to maintain normal blood glucose for prophylactic reasons.
Apple cider vinegar and slimming
Interestingly and surprisingly, vinegar can help to lose the excess body weight. Several studies have shown that vinegar increased the feeling of fullness, reducing the caloric intake and causing the loss of the unnecessary kilograms. For example, taken with a carbohydrate-rich meal, it will make you feel more sated, and eat about 200-275 calories less during the day.
The experiment conducted with the participation of 175 obese people proved that the daily apple cider vinegar consumption led to a reduction in the fat level on the stomach and the weight reduction. Consumption of 15ml (one tablespoon) of vinegar resulted in the 1.2 kilograms loss, while 30 ml - 1.7 kilograms. However, it should be taken into the account that this study lasted for 3 months, and if we care about the significant effects, the apple cider vinegar should be an addition to the well-balanced diet.
Effect on cholesterol
One of the 2006 studies conducted on rats showed that acetic acid from vinegar had a negative effect on the so-called "bad cholesterol" (LDL). In addition, a study conducted in Japan demonstrated that a spoonful of apple cider vinegar reduced the cholesterol levels in people participating in the experiment.
Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar is a high quality product with proven positive health effects. It affects the blood glucose level what is especially important for people suffering from diabetes. It can reduce cholesterol, and supports the unnecessary fat loss. It is also helpful in combating infections and infections.
Take up to 2 tablespoons a day as a food additive or diluted with water as a drink.
Bragg Live Foods is a family-owned company founded in 1912 by Paul C. Bragg, and currently run by his daughter, Patricia Bragg, who continues her father's work, running a business and promoting a healthy lifestyle and delivering the highest quality organic food on the market.
The company offers several hundred products, awarded with the USDA-NOP National Organic Standards certificate. These include, among others, vitamins, minerals, healthy food and sweets, as well as organic olive oil or apple cider vinegar. In addition, the company also distributes the best-selling books on health-related topics.
What's more, apart from selling organic products, Patricia Bragg is involved in popularizing healthy nutrition through the available media, and personally conducts original lectures around the world.
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