Apple Cider Vinegar is made by crushing apples and contains a substance known as “the mother” of the vinegar, which is made up of yeast and beneficial bacteria, or probiotics. This puts Apple Cider Vinegar in the category of a “fermented” food. It is believed that the probiotics in Apple Cider Vinegar are very beneficial for supporting digestion and improving the absorption of carbohydrates eaten during a meal, which supports healthy blood sugar levels already within a normal range. Apple Cider Vinegar also supports weight management, due to its impact on appetite control, insulin function support, and metabolism.†
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|Serving size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
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Apple Fruit Cider Vinegar
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Other Ingredients: Hypromellose (Capsule), Rice Flour,
As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) capsule once or twice a day with meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Apple Cider Vinegar
A double-blind trial published in Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry found that supplementation with Apple Cider Vinegar helped to support weight management. This was found to be mainly due to Acetic acid, a main component of vinegar. Apple cider vinegar provides what is called “The Mother”, which is a probiotic starter that allows for the growth of certain bacteria. The research goes on to state that consuming foods with bioactive nutrients such as fermented foods and whole foods that include Pre- and Probiotics have been recognized in supporting weight management. 
Research published in Scientific Reports found that Apple Cider Vinegar may contain antimicrobial activity, which may be beneficial against certain strains of bacteria that can cause damage to the body. The study points out the impact that has emerged from the overuse of antibiotics for alternative microbial agents. ACV has been recognized as one such potential agent. This study shows that using organic acids has been regarded as safe and can support the body in helping to reduce harmful intestinal bacteria. 
A study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that supplementing with Apple Cider Vinegar during a meal with carbohydrates helped to improve blood glucose response levels of healthy subjects. The results suggest that consuming acetic and acetate acids from ACV helps to influence the glycemic response in a positive way. 
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