At this point, a ton of people that know that although apple cider vinegar has an acquired taste, the health benefits are way too good to pass up. There’s no question that taking a shot of the stuff is going to do your body a whole lot of good, but there's one big dilemma that remains: When’s the best time to throw it back? A lot of wellness bloggers suggest sipping it down before breakfast on an empty stomach, but drinking apple cider vinegar before bed is also a good idea. Either way is profitable, but understanding exactly what sipping on some ACV before bed can do for your body will help you decide what’s best for your anatomy and daily routine.
Perhaps your digestive system isn’t an early riser or maybe your morning routine is jam-packed enough without having to add a health shot to your list of to-dos. If that's the case, before bed might be best for you.
From my research, it's seems that when you take your ACV depends on a) simply when it’s convenient and b) when your individual body will be most susceptible to it. So let's dive into all the ways ACV can help you if its the last thing that touches your lips at night.
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