Apple Cider Vinegar Drink | Clear Skin, Lose Weight, Fight Fatigue

Apple cider vinegar is a popular staple for people who are trying to lose weight or maintain their current weight. Drinking this everyday will help curb your cravings to eat more. ACV is also used in salad dressings, vinaigrettes, chutneys, and drinks.

This drink recipe is really easy, and you can consume as much as you can every day. You can bring this drink to work or to school, and chug it all day long. Definitely a healthier alternative to soda or caffeinated drinks.


• Apple cider vinegar
• Water
• Cinnamon
• Maple syrup or Stevia


Pour water into a mug with ice. Fill the glass half way with water.
Sprinkle cinnamon powder.
Add 2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar.
Add your sweetener to taste.
Pour more water until the mug is full.
Stir gently and serve.

Ideas And Tips:

• Stevia is a sweetener that comes from leaves of a plant called Stevia rebaudiana. It is used as a sugar substitute. You can use other sweeteners like honey, maple syrup or other artificial sweeteners for this recipe.

• If you are not accustomed to the taste of apple cider vinegar yet, you can put 1 tbsp first into the drink. Always taste your concoction to adjust the flavor according to your preference.

• You can also squeeze some lemon juice or apple juice to this drink. Adding some fruit juice can lessen the taste of the apple cider until you get accustomed to it.

Apple Cider Vinegar Drink | Clear Skin, Lose Weight, Fight Fatigue
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