How to Lose Weight on the Apple Cider Vinegar Diet

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Lose weight on the apple cider vinegar diet by drinking apple cider at every meal to help speed up metabolism and burn calories. Follow the apple cider vinegar diet with tips from a dietitian in this free video on nutrition.

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My name is Christine Marquette and I'm a registered dietitian with the Austin Regional Clinic and I am going to talk to you about how to lose weight on the apple cider vinegar diet. This is actually a misnomer. It is not truly a diet in the sense of the word. Most diets that you hear about or read about are very specific meal plans that may include menus, specific foods to eat. What this premise is all it is asking is that you include apple cider vinegar at every single one of your meals. It does not restrict any foods, it doesn't restrict any portion sizes. It is not asking you to eat any certain foods the only thing it is asking you to do is add apple cider vinegar to every single one of your meals. The premise behind it is that the vinegar will actually speed up your metabolism and cause you to burn off the food that you are eating much more rapidly. There is no scientific data behind this diet. There is no proof that this will actually work. There is no proof that it will speed up your metabolism in any way. So apple cider vinegar in and of itself is not an unhealthy thing to use but it isn't something that is a miracle weight loss supplement. It is not going to cause you to lose a lot of weight. It can be a healthy addition to a meal, for example if you want to have a salad with a vinegarette dressing and the vinegarette, part of it is apple cider vinegar. It is perfectly fine to use that. There is nothing wrong with apple cider vinegar but again it is not really going to make you lose weight. It is not going to increase your metabolism. So those are some things to keep in mind about the apple cider vinegar diet.


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