Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar

Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar reviewHavasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar is a dietary supplement from Havasu Nutrition. It is marketed as a “natural cleanser for overall health”. It claims to offer several health benefits including detox, improved digestion, reduced blood pressure, healthier skin and hair, improved circulation, enhanced immune function and natural weight loss.

When this review was written, the Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar formula contained 500 mg of Apple Cider Vinegar per 2 capsule serving size. The suggested use was to take 1 capsule daily, preferably with food, 1 to 2 hours before physical activity, or as directed by your healthcare physician.

Prior to taking this product, you should first consult with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant or nursing, have an existing medical condition or are currently taking any medications (prescription, non-prescription, herbal supplements).

Apple cider vinegar has been researched to determine its effects on the body and health. Studies have found that it may help to lower blood sugar levels in individuals who have diabetes by altering how foods are absorbed from the gut. It may also prevent the breakdown of some foods.

There is insufficient evidence regarding the claim that it can benefit weight loss. Even though some studies have found that it can lower blood sugar and may block the body’s ability to digest starch, which would lead to a reduction in the amount of calories you digest from a meal, there is no solid clinical proof that adding apple cider vinegar to your diet will result in weight loss.

In terms of side effects, possible common unpleasant effects that my result from taking apple cider vinegar include: indigestion and low levels of potassium.

It is also important to note that some medications may interact with apple cider vinegar. For instance, due to its ability to effect blood sugar and potassium levels, it may interact poorly with diabetes medication. Other drugs, such as Digoxin and certain diuretic drugs should also not be combined with apple cider vinegar, due to its effects on potassium levels.

Although taking Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar is typically safer than drinking the liquid form of apple cider vinegar, which can cause throat burns and erosion of tooth enamel, it is important that you carefully consider your reasons for wanting to take this supplement to determine if it is the best fit for your needs.

Finally, in terms of its efficacy as a weight management aid, remember that there is no proof or guarantee that taking this product will help you in your weight loss efforts.

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