|Ingredients||Apple Cider Vinegar||Added ingredients such as |
|Dosage||1950 mg||1740 mg or less|
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|GMP Certified and FDA|
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Our Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules are third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures that it meets exacting specifications, and that it is safe! Also, our Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules have a lot number, batch number, and expiration date printed on the bottom of the bottle for traceability and transparency. In fact, you can view a sample Certificate of Analysis below!
We recommend that you take three (3) capsules each day. For best results, take one (1) capsule three times a day, 20-30 minutes before a meal with an 8oz. glass of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.
We begin by acquiring and testing the best apples, ensuring they're free of harmful chemicals, and anything else that shouldn't be there. Next, we extract the juice and concentrate it down before we double-ferment it, creating beautiful, tart apple cider vinegar. The product is then dried, allowing all the water to evaporate out, leaving behind a dry powder. At this point, we test again for potency and purity. The dried powder is ground and mixed with l-leucine, a branch chain amino acid added for improved digestion and absorption, and we test again. Finally, we encapsulate the apple cider vinegar powder into vegetable capsules, bottle, and label. From start to finish, we focus on quality and supplying the highest level of apple cider vinegar for our customers.
Yes! Our ACV capsules contain all of the beneficial properties of ACV including the acetic acid content. However, because our ACV is dried and encapsulated, it completely bypasses your tooth enamel and does not dissolve until it hits your stomach.
Yes! We make our Apple Cider Vinegar capsules from the highest quality, non-GMO apples. There are several types of apples genetically modified in the United States to not turn brown when cut. The problem with genetically modified foods is their long-term safety hasn’t been thoroughly evaluated due to their brief time on the market. We choose to avoid the risk and pick only non-GMO apples for our apple cider vinegar. We feel this is the safest choice for you, our customer!
Each bottle contains 40 servings of ACV capsules. Each serving consists of three easy-to-swallow capsules, with none of the normal taste or smell associated with apple cider vinegar. They are convenient for on-the-go lifestyles and for traveling.
Apple cider vinegar has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Hippocrates, known as the father of modern medicine, used apple cider vinegar mixed with honey for many illnesses, including respiratory disorders and the common cold. Research studies show that ACV has many benefits including:
- Lowers blood pressure
- Boosts weight loss
- Helps balance blood sugar
- Cleanses and detoxifies the body
- Beautifies hair, skin and nails
- Enhances digestion
- Alleviates bloating
Apple Cider Vinegar capsules are generally tolerated much better than liquid ACV. Excessive doses may cause issues with reflux which will cause throat irritation. Some people may experience an upset stomach or low potassium. People with diabetes taking insulin may experience a drop in blood sugar. Check your blood sugar levels carefully and talk to your doctor about adjusting medications, including insulin if needed to prevent hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). If you experience any of these symptoms, discontinue use and consult with your doctor.
Yes! A 2016 clinical research study found that the acetic acid in ACV reduces fat stored in the liver and it effectively decreased abdominal fat storage as well! Belly fat is the most dangerous fat in the body because it’s linked to a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease and cardiac death. In another study, participants receiving acetic acid had lower levels of body fat and less fat deposited in the liver than the placebo group.
It depends on the reason that you’re taking ACV. For benefits such as appetite suppression and blood sugar regulation, it may only take a day or two. However, benefits such as weight loss and body fat reduction may take over a month to notice results. Clinical research trials studying the effectiveness of ACV on these issues lasted about three months on average.
ACV capsules can help with appetite suppression, enhance digestion, and help balance blood sugar levels. For these benefits, it’s important to take each dose 20-30 minutes BEFORE a meal for best results. Taking ACV close to meals, or with a meal, can reduce the potential of stomach upset that you may experience by taking it on an empty stomach and not eating soon after. If you experience any digestive upset from taking it on an empty stomach, time your dose closer to a meal to prevent it from sitting on an empty stomach for long periods of time.
It’s always a good idea to check with your healthcare provider before starting a new supplement. There are some situations that make it unsafe for people to take ACV supplements including:
- History of kidney problems
- High calcium in the blood or the urine
- Allergies to apples
- Allergies to B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus or chromium
ACV is amazing when it comes to weight loss. It works in four different ways to help you reach your goal weight faster. First, it boosts your metabolism by activating an enzyme called AMPK in your liver. This enzyme is the “master regulator of energy metabolism.” In essence, it serves as an energy sensor within each cell, and as we age, it becomes less and less active.
Second, ACV helps to lower your insulin levels which ramps up your fat burning ability. High insulin levels suppress fat burning. Apple cider vinegar is proven to insulin levels in study participants. This is also beneficial to pre-diabetics and diabetics alike.
Third, acetic acid in ACV is proven to reduce your body’s ability to store fat, including in your liver. Interestingly, in these studies, participants ate a high fat diet and still experienced improvements in their body fat.
Finally, ACV helps to suppress your appetite, helping you to eat less. Acetic acid actually signals your hypothalamus that you aren’t hungry. It also increases GABA production which is naturally calming and relieves stress.
Absolutely! Apple cider vinegar has been used since ancient times for many medicinal purposes. Unfortunately, many people have trouble ingesting this magical liquid because of its pungent taste and smell. We kept all the goodness of ACV but without the frustrating downsides by dehydrating ACV and encapsulating it. ACV capsules have the same acetic acid and probiotics as the liquid, with none of the taste or smell.
Apple cider vinegar is known to benefit the digestive system in multiple ways. However, at this time there are no research studies supporting the idea that it helps relieve constipation. Despite the lack of scientific evidence, plenty of anecdotal evidence exists which suggests that ACV helps to draw more water into the colon and promotes regularity. ACV does contain pectin, a soluble fiber, as well as magnesium which is known to promote regular bowel movements.
Reflux, also known as heartburn, is a condition that occurs when stomach acid flows backward into the esophagus, creating a burning sensation. The sphincter, or circular muscle that sits at the bottom of your esophagus sometimes fails to close completely, allowing for the backflow of stomach contents into the esophagus. Researchers don’t really understand why this happens. One theory suggests that low levels of stomach acid cause it to remain open. ACV helps to supplement your body’s natural stomach acid production, improving digestion and reducing symptoms of heartburn.
Yes! A Japanese study found that two tablespoons per day lowered triglycerides in test subjects. A 2011 study found that ACV lowered total cholesterol and triglycerides. Researchers believe that it is the acetic acid content in apple cider vinegar that is responsible for lowering these lab values. Lower cholesterol and triglycerides are associated with a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Clinical research studies show promising results in the world of diabetic management. A 2008 study found that diabetic participants taking apple cider vinegar had significantly lower HbA1C levels. They also experienced lower triglycerides and LDL cholesterol and higher HDL levels. Lower HbA1C levels are significant because this value represents the average blood glucose over time.
Too much of anything can be bad for you. Apple cider vinegar capsules contain acetic acid. Taking too many can cause stomach upset, diarrhea, and indigestion. We recommend taking three capsules per day and splitting them up, one with each meal.
If you can, take one with each meal. If you prefer to take all three at once, it may be best to take them in the morning. Some people experience more frequent urination after taking them, which could cause you to wake up too much during the night.
No, the drying and encapsulation process eliminates all traces of ACV smell from our product. As another added bonus, you also don’t burp up the taste of ACV after each dose like you might after taking shots of liquid ACV. With no taste and no smell, you experience the best benefits of ACV without any of the drawbacks.