How to take apple cider vinegar?
There are many ways to take apple cider vinegar. Most simply drink apple cider vinegar daily, diluting 1-2 tablespoons in a glass of water. Natural Umber apple cider vinegar also makes a delicious addition to recipes including salad dressings and marinades.
Check out our ‘How to Use’ page for more apple cider vinegar recipe ideas.
When should apple cider vinegar be taken?
We advise to take apple cider vinegar before a meal. Many take apple cider vinegar in the morning before breakfast as this is when they are likely to remember, but others find more digestive benefit taking apple cider vinegar before an evening meal. It is personal preference, what works best for your routine.
Can you drink apple cider vinegar straight?
We advise to dilute apple cider vinegar in water. If you prefer taking it straight, simply ensure to follow with a glass of water to rinse.
What is apple cider vinegar good for?
There are many benefits of apple cider vinegar. It is thought to help many conditions, including: aid weight loss, relieve acid reflux and bloating by improving digestion, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and also soothe sore throats and colds.
Wondering how apple cider vinegar helps? See our uses page for more information.
Why use apple cider vinegar 'with mother'?
‘Mother’ is a stringy strand of enzymes and good bacteria, which naturally occurs when fermenting apples. Mother is believed to support gut health which is why an apple cider vinegar with mother is commonly recommended.
Can I take apple cider vinegar if I have diabetes?
If you’re unsure at all, it is always best to talk to your dietitian or GP who can advise a suitable amount for you to take per day.
Natural Umber is made using only organic apples, and the sugars contained are natural fruit sugars from the fruit. There is less sugar in a glass of Natural Umber and water than in a glass of pure fruit juice for example.
Can I take apple cider vinegar on keto diet?
Many find that taking apple cider vinegar whilst on the keto diet can help to improve results as well as preventing hunger between meals.
Natural Umber apple cider vinegar has less than 3g of carbohydrates per serving, so depending on your personal breakdown of carbohydrates and sugars per day, it is a great addition to your daily diet.
Is apple cider vinegar bad for your teeth?
Apple cider vinegar is not considered to be bad for your teeth when diluted in water and taken in small volumes. If you prefer to drink yours straight, simply ensure to follow with a glass of water afterwards.