4 Ways to Avoid the Apple Cider Vinegar taste
Have you ever taken a shot of apple cider vinegar by itself? Well, if you haven't you'll be up for quite the sting. Its sour taste comes from the fermentation process of apples, which creates a combination of acetic acid and good bacteria known as the mother that can be helpful when swimming around in the gut.
Apple cider vinegar is said to help do the following:
Regulate blood sugar
Despite the list of benefits, some are turned off because of the harsh taste. Whether you've taken a chance on it or not, here are some ways to help you disguise the taste if you don't want to drink it straight from the bottle.
Try mixing it with tangerine flavored Emergen-C. The acetic-like flavor, mixed with the apple cider vinegar masks the taste. Plus it gives you a little immune boost at the same time.
2. BRAGG'S Flavored Apple Cider Vinegar Drinks
BRAGG, one of the most common manufacturers of apple cider vinegar, must've caught the whiff that a lot of people aren't the biggest fans of the taste because they also make flavored ACV drinks that make the experience a little smoother.
3. Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules
Apple cider vinegar doesn't have to be a tough pill to swallow. You can take capsules instead of the actual liquid.
4. Lemon Water
When life gives you lemons, add water and apple cider vinegar for a little morning detox. The lemon helps disguise the taste and adds a punch of antioxidants in the mix.
If all else fails, apple cider vinegar may not be for you. You can try probiotics in the mean time which have similar affects.
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