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Berry Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Drink To Help Lose Weight

Apple cider vinegar is considered one of the most amazing health elixirs to ever exist due to its seemingly endless health benefits.

Most of us know that ACV helps with balancing your blood sugar levels, supports digestion, boosts immunity and lowers blood sugar – but did you know it’s effective in helping you lose weight?

 

Can Apple Cider Vinegar Really Reduce Belly Fat?

According to this study, adding 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider to your daily diet can aid in weight loss and belly fat reduction.

One scientific study may not be enough to go by, however, there are hundreds of testimonials of ordinary people on social media saying that adding apple cider vinegar to their daily diet helped them to lose weight.

She Lost Over 30 Pounds

Paige Mariah swears by drinking ACV for losing weight. Watch the full video above.

Apple cider vinegar isn’t the most pleasant thing to consume, especially on a daily basis. Which is why we searched around for the best-tasting, most effective ACV detox drink recipe.

Lo and behold, we have found that amazing drink recipe. It is called “The Berry Apple Cider Vinegar Drink”.

The original creator of this recipe is J.J. Smith and it was also featured on Dr Oz.

 

Berry Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Recipe

Ingredients

3 cups water

2 Tbsp mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries)

1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

2 tsp ACV

1 packet stevia (natural sweetener)

Instructions

Mix all ingredients in a high-speed blender.

Serve and enjoy!

Notes

Have this drink in the morning at least a few times a week. To accelerate the results, drink on a daily basis. Do this for an entire month and see the amazing results!

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