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Drink Apple Cider Vinegar For a Boost of Energy

Apple Cider Vinegar Fires Up the Cylinders

Did you know that more than 50 percent of Americans drink at least one cup of coffee a day? That statistic may not be too surprising if you're one of them. While the dark drink certainly has its benefits, there are other ways to get a boost of energy — and I'm not talking 'bout sodas.

The next time you need a jolt of energy, try sipping on apple cider vinegar. The tart liquid is known to boost one's immunity and help with digestive issues, but it's also credited for adding some pep to one's step. A couple of tablespoons of the golden liquid mixed with a full glass of water can make the difference between a productive energy driven day and an afternoon snooze fest doozy. Before you run to the pantry to make yourself the concoction, heed these two tips: Drink it with a straw to protect your pearly whites and if you're prone to heartburn, you might want to try adding some baking soda to the mix.

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wren1 wren1 5 years
I've heard that too, SaraNoH. I got Braggs, the kind shown above, from a health food store.
Spectra Spectra 5 years
I might have to get this for my husband. He has a lot of days where he literally has to peel his butt off the couch in order to get anything done. Plus, he likes the taste of weird things, so this might be something he'd enjoy.
SaraNoH SaraNoH 5 years
I've heard that you can only reap all of ACV benefits if it's unpasturized and organic :(. does anyone know if this is strictly true?
Angelica Angelica 5 years
My dad has always been an apple cider vinegar fanatic. It's his cure for just about everything — from sore throats to lethargic moods. Interestingly enough, he doesn't drink coffee, but drinks tea, or vinegar and water in the am. I can't really stand the taste, but it works for some people.
wren1 wren1 5 years
I just picked some up last weekend. I love 2 Tbsp in a glass of sparkling water- makes it taste kinda like Kombucha :)
amber512 amber512 5 years
I have never heard of this. Sounds interesting. Although I definitely have heartburn problems. I need to find some gluten-free baking soda!
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