Product Name: Apple Cider Vinegar 500mg 120 Capsules
Studies have found apple cider vinegar burns fat, reduces fat storage and raises your metabolism – all of which are thought to help a person lose weight. Acetic acid increases an enzyme AMPK, which scientists claim increases fat burning and decreases fat and sugar production. Another study has found that people who consumed a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in water had lower glucose levels. Apple Cider Vinegar capsules provide 500mg of premium apple cider vinegar in an easy use daily supplement. Apple cider vinegar capsules contain only pure apple cider vinegar with no fillers or mixers.
The potential health benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar include better regulation of blood sugars. Acetic acid can help to slow the conversion of complex carbohydrates into sugar in the bloodstream, providing more time for it to be removed from the bloodstream and limiting spikes.
Apple cider vinegar comes from the fermented juice of crushed apples. It is rich in acetic acid and nutrients such as B vitamins and vitamin C. The potent nutritional content of apples have been extracted in the form of the cider vinegar which has been shown to have several health support benefits.
It is said that apple cider vinegar can improves satiety, so that you can feel satisfied after a meal and less likely to snack. During a study, overweight individuals were given daily doses of vinegar over a 12 week period. They results showed some reduced belly fat, smaller waist circumference, lower blood triglycerides and weight loss.
Apple Cider Vinegar 500mg
HPMC Capsule Shell
Benefits / Uses:
• Maintain and support healthy blood sugar levels.
• Reduce belly fats, smaller waist circumference and create a balance between waist hip ratio.
• Lower blood triglyceride levels.
• Work as an aid to digestion.
• Remove excess blood sugar from blood stream by slow down mechanism.
• Manufactured in the UK to GMP code of practice.
• Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Direction to use:
Advised to take 1-3 capsules daily with food, as per requirement of desired results.
Any supplement must not be used as substitute for a varied and balance diet and a healthy lifestyle.
If pregnant, breastfeeding OR taking any other medication please consult your doctor or healthcare professional before use.
Please discontinue this product on immediate basis if any side effect occurs and consult your doctor.
Do not exceed the stated dose unless under medical supervision
Not intended to use by person under the age of 18. Keep out of sight reach of children
Store in a cool, dry place.
Always read the label before use.
This product is not suitable for those wish to remove corn OR maize form their diet.
This product is manufactured in the site that also handles allergy based materials such as nuts, seeds, milk, egg, cereals, soya, mustard, celery, fish, crustaceans and sulphites.
Dairy, Gluten, GMO(Genetically Modified Food) , Lactose, Maize, Soya, Starch, Wheat, Yeast
Apple cider vinegar is the fermented juice from crushed apples. It contains acetic acid, pectins, B vitamins, vitamin C and minerals such as potassium and calcium.1 Apple cider vinegar has been used in homes for centuries in cooking and preserving. It has also been used as a home remedy externally, used for fungal infections and sunburns, and internally as an aid to digestion.2,3,4 The benefits of using apple cider vinegar for health reasons have been recognized for many years. Early natural health pioneer Paul Bragg touted a wide range of health benefits he experienced through dietary supplementation with Apple Cider Vinegar
It has become very popular to regard apple cider vinegar as an aid in weight loss. However, there is no well-established physiological reason why apple cider vinegar should support weight loss. Studies have shown that acetic acid, one of the more significant components of vinegar, decreases mealtime glycemic load.5 When taken with white bread, acetic acid was found to decrease the glucose and insulin response, as well as increase satiety.6 One study of obese Japanese women found that acetic acid decreased body weight, BMI, waist circumference, waist-hip ratio and serum triglyceride levels.7 Apple cider vinegar is also being investigated as an antidiabetic therapy.
1. Natural Medicine Comprehensive Database (NMCD), Apple cider vinegar Monograph, Accessed September 19, 2010 [Available from: http://www.naturaldatabase.com/]
2. Rona, Zoltan. Encyclopedia of Natural Healing, Alive Publishing, Burnaby, BC, 1997
3. Balch, Phyllis A. Prescription for Nutritional Healing, Avery Publishing Group, New York, 1997
4. Mindell, Earl. Amazing Apple Cider Vinegar, Keats Publishing, Los Angeles, 1998
5. Johnston CA, Buller AJ. Vinegar and peanut products as complementary foods to reduce postprandial glycemia. J Am Dietetic Assoc 2005; 105(12): 1939-1942.
6. Östman E, Granfeldt Y, Persson L, Björck I. Vinegar supplementation lowers glucose and insulin responses and increases satiety after a bread meal in healthy subjects. Eur J Clin Nutr 2005; 59: 983-988.
7. Kondo T, Mikiya K, Fushimi T, Ugajin S, Kaga T. Vinegar intake reduces body weight, body fat mass and serum triglycerides levels in obese Japanese subjects. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 2009; 73(8): 1837-1843.
8. White AM, Johnston CS. Vinegar ingestion at bedtime moderates waking glucose concentrations in adults with well-controlled type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2007 Nov; 30(11): 2814-2815.