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6 amazing benefits of drinking apple cider vinegar every night

Some really great things happen to your body when you drink apple cider vinegar before bed.

From cooking with it to using it to clear up acne, apple cider vinegar is definitely a go to for all things lifestyle and we rounded up some of its great benefits.

It helps to prevent bad breath in the morning

It’s okay, bad breath is inevitable for a lot of us but that doesn’t mean you can’t prevent it from happening. Apple cider vinegar helps to kill bacteria including those that cause really bad breath in the morning.


One teaspoon of apple cider in your drink before bed should help do the trick. An added plus is the fact that apple cider also acts as a teeth whitener so why not kill two birds with one stone.

You sleep better

If you’ve been having a hard time catching those much needed Z’s at night, mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with hot water and honey to help you sleep better at night.

Helps lose weight

Probably one of the common reasons why people use apple cider would have to be for weight lose reasons and some people actually swear by how well apple cider has helped them drop a few Kgs.


If you want to try this out, mix apple cider vinegar with a glass of water and drink before meals.

Clears up a sore throat and stuffy nose

With it being the cold season or sometimes hot – sigh, Nairobi weather – someone’s bound to start sniffling around with a cold in the office and if you’re unlucky enough to catch it then you’ll need an easy solution to help get rid of it.

Apple cider vinegar contains antibacterial properties that help to fight sore throat causing bacteria.

A great bonus is that apple cider vinegar also contains potassium, magnesium, vitamins A, B1, B2 and E that help with mucus build up. Mix a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with water and sip on it slowly before bed.


Lowers blood sugars

Try taking two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before meals should help keep your blood sugar in check.

According to a research conducted by Arizona State University, 11 type 2 diabetes patients took two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and snacked on an ounce of cheese before bed. The findings of the research recorded a notable decrease in the participant’s blood sugar levels the next day.

Helps with digestion

Apparently apple cider vinegar can help relieve various digestive ailments such as irritable bowel syndrome and heartburn.


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