How to Make a Weight-Loss Drink From Apple Cider Vinegar

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A weight-loss drink made with apple cider vinegar is simply a full glass of water mixed with one to two tablespoons of the vinegar, which can be sipped throughout the day for a month. Create a weight-loss beverage that helps cleanse the system with healthy advice from a wellness consultant in this free video on dieting.

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If you're looking to lose some weight, and are looking for an easy recipe, readily available in your kitchen, I am here to help. I am Isabelle Simon, your personal and workplace wellness consultant, and today, we're going to learn how to make a weight loss drink, with apple cider vinegar. There is only two ingredients that you're going to need for this, some water, and a little bit of apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar actually has been used, for many, many, many years, to help with weight loss, and I have a glass of water here today, that is your first ingredient that you're going to need, and then I have unfiltered apple cider vinegar, which is the preferred choice, because, since it is unfiltered, you actually have more fiber in it, which is going to help increase the weight loss, and so all you do, is drop just a few drops of the apple cider vinegar in the water, the equivalent of one or two tablespoons. That's it, and then all you need to do, let it set for a few seconds. It blends in very well, and then you can sip on that drink, either throughout the day, which is recommended. You don't want to gulp the whole glass right away. It has a little bitter taste to it, because it is vinegar. You can add some honey, if you want, to make it a little sweeter, but you sip very gently to it, throughout the day, and try it for thirty to sixty days, and see what happens. Chances are, you'll see some magical results happening here, and this is how you make a weight loss drink, out of apple cider vinegar. I hope you learned a few tricks today. I'm Isabelle Simon, your personal and workplace wellness consultant. See you soon.


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