How to Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Lower High Blood Pressure & Cholesterol
I know, hard to believe isn’t it? One teaspoon of this stuff a day is enough to lower high blood pressure. I’m always on the look out for alternatives to pills and when I stumbled across this beauty and the substantial evidence that supports its effectiveness, I just had to talk to you guys about it.
The explanation is fairly simple, Apple pectin is a natural circulatory health boost. It helps your body clean its own veins and arteries out. Vinegar is a natural metabolism boost, it’s very acidic, so your body speeds up the metabolic process to get the vinegar out of the stomach (and that’s how all metabolic medicines work). You could get the same result from eating a couple apples with a hot chili pepper too. Vinegar is just very soft on the stomach. The higher metabolism gets the apple pectin moving quickly through your body because of the increased blood flow, therefore delivering more pectin to more areas before it has time to decay.
This same method also helps in weight loss, because as your metabolic rate speeds up your body then needs sufficient energy to boost itself, using carbohydrate reserves (fat) to fuel that fire. In the process reducing the amount of reserve needing to be maintained, which in turn reduces strain on the heart.
In other words, Apple cider vinegar is probably the best method for health and circulatory control. After all an apple a day keeps a heart attack away!
Don’t take this stuff straight—it burns like fire (worse than vodka and with no pleasant buzz). Your best bet: Mix 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar with 8 oz of water, and then drink it with a straw to minimize contact with your taste buds.