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8 things you should never do with apple cider vinegar

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Drink it right after the meal

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If you are used to taking apple cider vinegar after a meal, now is the time to change the habit. Nutritionist Elizabeth Abel recommends swallowing this vinegar on an empty stomach: it’s better for your health. “A lot of people, especially those who get older, experience a decrease in their gastric juices which make it easier to break down the food they eat. Taking a little apple cider vinegar right before a meal can help replace those lost stomach juices, and make digestion easier. ”

The result could be a reduction in bloating or digestive discomfort that follows meals. She also recommends putting it in salad dressing, which is another way to reap the benefits.

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