Even though there are numerous benefits to drinking apple cider vinegar, the ultra-acidic drink is typically diluted with water and consumed in the form of a small shot. As well as it having a strong smell and taste, apple cider vinegar also has the potential to burn the tissues of the esophagus.
However, since apple cider vinegar has been proven to lower blood sugar levels and cholesterol, as well as reduce the risks of heart disease and diabetes, Vermont Village is making apple cider vinegar with two new drinking vinegar products.
The brand's organic Raw Apple Cider Drinking Vinegars are offered in Lime Ginger and Lemon Mint varieties that are blended with spring water and organic, unsweetened apple juice.
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