Nutritionists said it’s been a natural home remedy for centuries, but it’s picking up steam — particularly when it comes to matters of the heart.
Dr. Steinbaum said a recent study done in the United Kingdom shows a dose of apple cider vinegar a day can decrease cholesterol by about 13 percent.
Nutritionists suggested starting with a teaspoon mixed with water about 30 minutes before a meal.
It has to be organic, and the label should say ‘the mother’ which means it’s unfiltered and still contains strands of proteins filled with health benefits.
“Certain enzymes prevent our body to absorb certain carbs. So that’s why it’s also good for diabetes and weight loss,” nutritionist Monica Amsterdam said.