How effective is the consumption of Apple cider vinegar, given its side effects?

Often people are furious about losing weight and as human nature suggests we keep looking for the easiest and quickest methods. Today I’ll be sharing how Mrs. Kamal has benefited from the effective measures she took suggested by me and my dietician team’s guidance.

Mrs. Kamal isn’t having any such health issues but has gained weight in the last few years. She has tried ample ways to reduce weight but nothing seemed effective enough to help her reduce the excess fat.

Now before we proceed to the effective ways one can rely on to reduce weight, it is important to know the usual reasons behind weight gain:

  • Consuming excessive processed foods
  • Too much sugar intake
  • Having a sedentary lifestyle
  • Skipping meals or poor meal timings
  • Might have undiagnosed medical issue
  • Not getting enough sleep
  • Unusual restrictive dieting
  • Insufficient intake of whole foods
  • Being stressed out

Well, there’s no magic potion for weight loss. The only proven method is by reducing calories or increasing physical activity. I’ll be sharing the information I gave her. There is no other better alternative than Yoga when it comes to weight loss. Proper and regular yoga can indeed bring improving results along with diet.

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Along with that, measured consumption of Apple cider vinegar can catalyze the process and bring desired results. Have you thought of trying that?

Apple cider vinegar is mainly the extracted juice of apple, but in a fermented form (adding yeast) where the sugar in the juice turns into alcohol. Bacteria are present to turn the alcohol into acetic acid. It has sour tastes &strong smell.

Apple cider vinegar must not preferably be consumed before dilution. Although it has health benefits, a strong dose might have other side effects.

Clinical Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar:

Based on scientific references

· Aiding weight loss (Obesity).

· Reducing cholesterol (Heart Patients)

· Lowering blood sugar levels (Diabetes patients)

· Contain a small amount of K (potassium) so it is helpful for kidney patients also.

· Contain good quality of amino acids & antioxidants.

· To soothe a sore throat.

These results are based on studies done over small group of people over the world, while there is more data to be obtained in the coming days.

How can Apple Cider Vinegar be used in food preparation?

· Use in preparation of a hot sauce.

· Use in marinating.

· Use in any hot drink.

· Use in soup.

· Use in homemade cakes & candies.

· Use to boil better eggs.

· Use in salad dressing.

· Use in preserving foods

HOME REMEDY BENEFITS: (In General)

Apple cider vinegar can be used –

·As a deodorizer.

·As all-purposed cleaners.

· As a facial toner.

·To trap fruit flies.

· As a treatment for dandruff.

·To clean toothbrush.

·To treat acne.

Risk& Side Effects Of Apple Cider Vinegar

As it contains a high amount of acid, drinking a lot of apple cider vinegar can cause-

Toothache

Enamel loss

Stomach upset

Sore throat

Burning sensation etc.

Apple cider vinegar must always be taken under a dietician’s advice and in low quantity to prevent the following. It is important to know what about would be suitable for your body and what might harm you.

Contact our dieticians for a proper diet chart

What happens if I drink apple cider vinegar every morning?

Since it performs primarily as a detoxifying agent, a little portion of apple cider vinegar in the morning can clear out toxins from the body and aid a fresh start. This might also support faster weight loss and accelerate fat burning.

How Much Apple Cider Vinegar Is Safe For Daily Consumption?

Limit your intake. Begin with a small amount and gradually increase depending on your personal tolerance. It cannot perfectly be said, how much apple cider vinegar you can safely intake daily. Taking large doses of apple cider vinegar every day may be harmful and may cause your potassium levels to become dangerously low, plus it differs from individual to individual. That said, small doses are usually well-tolerated.

There is no standard dose for the consumption of Apple cider vinegar. It is better to take the advice of a dietician before including it in your diet.

Who should not drink apple cider vinegar?

Apple cider vinegar is indeed helpful to prevent diabetes, but if you are already on diabetes drugs or on insulin, avoid having apple cider vinegar. Interfering with your medications it might decrease your blood sugar level.

Conclusion

To conclude, apple cider vinegar probably won’t hurt an individual. It can be tried as it’s calorie-free, adds lots of flavour to food, and has health benefits. But it isn’t a miracle cure. The consumption of Apple cider vinegar and its affectivity to help reduce weight is still being researched.

Apple cider vinegar has been used by people for ages. At times it could help control blood sugar or reduce weight. Some believe it can be used to treat skin and scalp problems, but these vary from person to person.

Apple cider vinegar contains some acids, so it must be mixed with water when being used for acne, bites, or other skin problems. If you consume it, be aware that it might harm your teeth or digestive system if it’s too strong. It might also interfere with some medications in ways that could affect your health.

Published by Dr.Pratim Sengupta

Dr. Pratim Sengupta thinks of himself as conscious, living, soulful being with an inner urge to break the inertia of life. He feels that life is nothing but a material expression of the Supreme Almighty Consciousness. His conscious existence empowered him to see, to hear, to talk, to interact, to feel, to dream, to ask questions, and to seek solutions to every problem. In the flow of life, as he grew up, he understood that knowledge of life is the only way to understand the scientific basis of conscious existence. Hence Dr. Sengupta felt the urge to study the science of life – i.e. Medicine. After he completed his higher secondary education from the Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira in Belurmath, he joined the MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) course at RG Kar Medical College, Kolkata. The professional packaging of knowledge in terms of a time-bound, goal-oriented syllabus frustrated him a bit, but nevertheless ignited the urge within him to study further. He thus went on to his post-graduation (MD) in Medicine from IPGMER and SSKM Hospital, Kolkata. During his MD training, he got a glimpse of the vastness of knowledge, and the quest to learn precisely the facts of life narrowed down his area of interest to the functioning of the kidneys and the specialisation of Nephrology – a discipline that is complex, yet relatively new and still evolving in terms of complete understanding of renal physiology and pathology. So, Dr. Sengupta decided to study and train for the DM (Doctorate of Medicine) degree in Nephrology. Right from the start of his career, Dr. Sengupta was passionate about Research. During the MD programme he worked on Cirrhotic Cardiomyopathy, Autonomic Neuropathy of Lupus, and Insulin resistance in Diabetics. All these research studies were published in national journals. During his postdoctoral study in Nephrology, he worked on Hemodialysis efficiency, and suggested an angular placement of the Dialyser in order to increase efficiency. This innovative concept was accepted for presentation at the World Congress of Nephrology, Milan, in 2009, and also published in Hemodialysis International. Dr. Sengupta also worked on Plasmapheresis – a blood filtering technique by which toxic and pathogenic immunoglobulins can be removed from the body. He studied the role of Prethymectomy Plasmapheresis in Myasthenia Gravis patients, and his findings were published in the journal Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery. The patient-empowered nutritional model for nutritional care of kidney patients is another interesting and innovative area in which Dr. Sengupta has worked for quite a long time. Dr.Pratim Sengupta won the Bharat Jyoti award for his excellency in the field of medicine. He is also the president of our non-governmental organization, The Kidney Care Society. His tireless contribution to provide quality living for his patients is worth mentioning. He introduced Mukti, blending ancient Indian yoga with modern medicine for well being of every patient. He has also introduced an unique online course "Art of Living with diabetes" which is a complete solution to diabetes management. He has authored many books, blogs, for the patients. Searching and researching for solutions to problems in the field of Nephrology remains the passion and dream of Dr. Pratim Sengupta, and he intends to persist on this journey as long as he is conscious. Meanwhile, even as he pursues his dreams, Dr. Sengupta diligently puts into practice all he has learned about Nephrology over the years, at the Belle Vue Clinic in Kolkata and ILS hospital,Dumdum where he is available for his patient

2 thoughts on “How effective is the consumption of Apple cider vinegar, given its side effects?

  1. Respected sir,
    I am very much impressed with your informative writing, video etc which you are putting up to us often. These are very useful.
    Many many thanks sir for the mission

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