Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Apples, Ceylon Cinnamon, Cloves
AN APPLE A DAY – 4oz Apple Cinnamon Clove Sugar-Free Sipping Vinegar
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Apples – Healthline Evidence-based
- Apples are a good source of fiber and vitamin C. They also contain polyphenols*, which can have numerous health benefits.
- Apples are high in fiber and water — two qualities that make them filling.
- Apples promote heart health in several ways. They’re high in soluble fiber, which helps lower cholesterol. They also have polyphenols*, which are linked to lower blood pressure and stroke risk.
- Eating apples is linked to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. This is possibly due to their polyphenol* antioxidant content.
- The type of fiber in apples feeds good bacteria and may be the reason they protect against obesity, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
- Apples have several naturally occurring compounds that may help fight cancer.
- Apples contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds that may help regulate immune responses and protect against asthma.
- The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds may promote bone health, and eating fruit can help preserve bone mass as you age.
- Apples contain compounds that may help protect the stomach lining from injury due to NSAID painkillers.
- According to animal studies, apple juice may help prevent the decline of neurotransmitters that are involved in memory.
- This fragrant spice is very high in the compound cinnamaldehyde, giving the spice both its distinct flavor and scent, which scientists believe is responsible for its powerful effects on health and metabolism.
- Loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols*. They have numerous health benefits that may offer protection from the development of cancers, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes.
- Cinnamon can be used as or considered to be a natural food preservative.
- The antioxidants in cinnamon have anti-inflammatory effects, which may help lower your risk of disease.
- Cinnamon may improve some key risk factors for heart disease, including cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure.
- Cinnamon has been shown to significantly increase sensitivity to the hormone insulin.
- Cinnamon has been shown to reduce fasting blood sugar levels, having a potent anti-diabetic effect at 1–6 grams or 0.5–2 teaspoons per day.
- Cinnamon may have beneficial effects on neurodegenerative diseases.
- Animal and test-tube studies indicate that cinnamon may have protective effects against cancer.
- Cinnamaldehyde has antifungal and antibacterial properties, which may reduce infections and help fight tooth decay and bad breath.
- Cloves contain Important nutrients including fiber, manganese, Vitamin K and Vitamin C.
- Cloves are high in antioxidants, including eugenol and vitamin C, both of which can help reduce oxidative stress.
- Test-tube studies show that the compounds in cloves may reduce cancer cell growth and promote cancer cell death.
- Studies show that cloves may promote oral health, thanks to their antimicrobial properties, which may help kill harmful bacteria.
- Some studies show that cloves and the compounds they contain may help reduce oxidative stress and protect the liver.
- Test-tube and animal studies have shown that the compounds in cloves may help promote insulin production and lower blood sugar.
- Cloves may promote bone health.
- Cloves may reduce stomach ulcers.
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