Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Water for the Liver

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. . Apple cider vinegar and lemon water may help support digestion and a healthy liver. Check this out!

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Today we’re going to talk about why you might want to use lemon juice and apple cider vinegar for your liver. 

The key element in apple cider vinegar is acetic acid, which helps suppress fat storage. Be sure to get organic apple cider vinegar. 

Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar:
• Acetic Acid (suppresses fat storage)
• Improves insulin sensitivity
• Stabilizes the blood sugar 
• Reduces fat in the liver 
• Speeds up digestion 
• Increase bile release from the liver 
• Helps the pancreas release enzymes

Using raw lemons may be the best choice. If you use lemon juice from a bottle, be sure it’s organic. 

Health Benefits of Lemon:
• Vitamin C 
• Increases glutathione 
• Protects against liver damage 
• Citric acid decreases oxalates which can form kidney stones  
• Anti-inflammatory 

Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Juice Water:

Mix together:
1-2 oz. Lemon juice 
2 TBS Apple cider vinegar 
16 oz. Water 

Optional: Add wheatgrass juice powder for extra nutrients 

Drink up! 

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Thanks for watching! Consider using apple cider vinegar and lemon water to help support a healthy liver.

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