Holistic Doctor Shares New Research: One Ounce of This Drink, Twice a Day Can Work Wonders for Your Weight and Overall Health

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Over the course of my holistic health journey I have learned an awful lot of information through trial-and-error.

I’ve tried the vegan diet, long-term juice cleanses and fasts, fasting, which can do something incredible for healing the immune system, the Bulletproof Diet (learn more here), and several others protocols.

Overall, I have found that my health has been most supported when working with a holistic health practitioner (this is the one I have worked with) who utilized a biofeedback machine for helping me to learn more about my own physiology, and then matching the supplements I need to the problems detected along my meridian lines.

As far as supplements went, there were a handful that my body always seemed to be crying out for on a consistent basis.

Chief among them were Vitamin C with MSM (also known as Methylsulfonylmethane), lemon water, a magnesium supplement like this one, and Apple Cider Vinegar, a type of digestive aid that is well known among natural health aficionados.

Most people know what Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is capable of, but now new research is shedding light on just how powerful it can be for weight loss in a specific area of the body.


Holistic Doctor Shares New Research on Apple Cider Vinegar 

A study was conducted recently in Japan to test the healing properties of Apple Cider Vinegar for aiding weight loss in obese people.

The trial was done over 12 weeks, and it found that there was a significant benefit not just for reducing body fat, but for fostering weight loss on a deeper level than anyone had ever realized.

According to Dr. Eric Berg, the addition of Apple Cider Vinegar into the diet over a period of 12 weeks had “significant benefits in reducing visceral fat around the gut.” 

The introduction of ‘ACV’ as it’s also known also led to a decreased waist-to-hip ratio, as well as a reduction in subcutaneous fat, the soft, thick fat that lies in a layer beneath your skin.

This is especially noteworthy because these types of soft, thick fat are implicated in various diseases, and are typically seen as a surefire indicator of an unhealthy person.

Fat loss and increased digestion are just part of the reason why I keep Organic Apple Cider Vinegar products like this one from Bragg’s in my fridge at all times.

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I personally have found that taking a shot of organic apple cider vinegar both morning and night makes a significant different in melting away the fat around my midsection, although it doesn’t happen overnight as the results from the above study show.

Aside from apple cider vinegar, I like to mix in organic cat’s claw (uncaria tomentosa), a potent liver cleanser, along with a little organic cayenne pepper and sometimes a little lemon juice and raw organic honey.

Just a Little Bit of Apple Cider Vinegar Can Make a Huge Difference


According to Dr. Berg, it doesn’t take much organic apple cider vinegar to see a big difference in terms of visceral body fat.

Dr. Berg explains in the video below that just one ounce of apple cider vinegar each day, twice a day for twelve weeks is the amount needed to see a major difference.

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This is something I have known for a long time, and in my experience its effects are especially potent and much needed if you eat an acidic diet rich in meat, cheese and bread products.

Apple cider vinegar is also available in capsules.

Taking ACV in capsules like these ones from Paleo Valley helps to prevent any potential damage to your teeth from the acetic acid contained within the drink itself.

Apple cider vinegar allows me to eat the foods I love without having digestive issues or putting on too much weight, which is why I love it.

Learn more in the short video from Dr. Berg below:

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About Nick Meyer

Nick Meyer is a journalist who's been published in the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and several other outlets. He founded AltHealthWORKS in 2012 to showcase extraordinary stories of healing and the power of organic living, stories the mainstream media always seemed to miss. Check out Nick's Amazon best-seller 'Dirt Cheap Organic: 101 Tips For Going Organic on a Budget' by clicking here, as well as its sequel Dirt Cheap Weight Loss.