You may have heard of the excellent benefits to be gained by taking apple cider vinegar (ACV) and you may wonder if it would be helpful for you. The answer is a resounding yes! But how to take apple cider vinegar? There are several choices out there—you can take it as a liquid diluted in water or apple juice or another drink, in the form of a pill, or as a delicious gummy. The next questions are, what are the pros and cons of each of these choices? Which one is right for you? Continue reading to learn about each of the options so you can make an informed choice about how to consume ACV.
Liquid Apple Cider Vinegar
Whether looking for assistance in losing weight or reducing inflammation due to arthritis or another condition, apple cider vinegar can help. But do you really have to drink the strong-smelling, sour-tasting liquid?
There are really only two situations in which using apple cider vinegar as a liquid would be preferable. One is if you want to use it in your hair, which you very well may. ACV can help balance the pH level of your scalp and leave your hair soft, smooth, and shiny. It can also help tame rough hair cuticles and split ends. The second situation in which liquid ACV would be best is if you’re using it for your skin. ACV can balance the pH level of your skin and treat warts, acne, sunburn, and age spots.
Other than these situations where you need topical ACV, it makes sense to take it in another form to avoid the foul taste and the very real damage its high level of acid can do to your teeth, mouth, throat, and esophagus.
Apple Cider Vinegar Pills
ACV pills are a good choice to avoid the taste of apple cider vinegar and still reap the benefits. Pills are available with the all-important ACV “mother” intact and unfiltered, and they can come in all-natural, vegan-friendly options. However, some people have reported a nasty aftertaste when taking apple cider vinegar pills despite the fact that you simply swallow them. Additionally, some people using them have experienced stomach upset because of the extremely concentrated apple cider vinegar powder contained in the pills. And some people just have a hard time taking pills, especially the larger capsules that ACV pills tend to come in.
Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies
To gain the benefits of an ACV supplement without the pitfalls of having to take capsules, you can choose organic apple cider vinegar gummies. But be careful, because not all ACV gummies are the same. For this article, we will discuss Nutratrek Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies, because they hit all the marks as to what you want to look for in an ACV gummy.
To start with, they taste sweet and delicious because of their natural apple flavor. They are easy to chew and do not cause the same problems with your teeth as consuming ACV in a liquid form can. Additionally, because it contains citric acid, it’s easy on the stomach and is less likely to cause the upset that liquid or pills can.
Our ACV gummies are also enriched with several other healthy ingredients, such as vitamins B6, B12, and folic acid. They also contain beneficial ingredients like pomegranate juice powder, beet juice powder, purple carrot juice concentrate, and beta-carotene.
Our ACV gummies are non-GMO, hormone-free, vegan-friendly, organic, and all-natural. They are manufactured in an FDA-registered, GMP-certified facility and are free of gluten. They contain the real, natural “mother” and the purest, most potent plant-based sources. Nutratrek is a company that is trusted by athletes and parents, so you can have faith in our products.
So Which Do I Choose?
Obviously, we believe the best choice, other than in cases where you need a topical application, is our ACV gummies. This is backed up by research and the findings listed above. When you’re ready to get in on this amazing health supplement, order your Nutratrek Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies online right away.