Use of apple cider vinegar dates as far back as 3,000 BC, when Egyptians were using it for a wide variety of health benefits. Some of these reported health benefits include it being a good stomach tonic, especially with dyspepsia, being a good antimicrobial and antiseptic, particularly with yeast infections such as candida. Other uses for cider vinegar include its ability to aid weight loss by helping suppress appetite, which means you eat less, speed up your metabolism, meaning that what you eat you burn off quicker, prevent bloating, which can mean the digestive system is not working properly so waste products are not being excreted, and keep your blood sugar in check, which can help get rid of those sweet cravings. Neulife Cider vinegar could also help increase our 'good' HDL cholesterol and lower overall total cholesterol. When combined with honey, cider vinegar is thought to help alleviate some of the symptoms associated with arthritis, particularly pain. In arthritis small acid like crystals are thought to form, fluid then builds up around these crystals around and between the joint sites which causes inflammation, which is what makes them feel stiff and painful. Cider vinegar helps to provide the right environment to enable to body to break down those crystals, which could reduce both pain and inflammation in joints.
Aids weight loss
May help to speed up metabolism
Can help improve digestion system
May help get rid of sugar cravings