- TimesLv 51 week ago
Yes but there are other variable factors that fall into play. If you eat junk food all day, then it's not going to do anything.
- 1 week ago
Apple Cider VInegar really helps to burn fat,.
- Anonymous1 week ago
simple answer no.
- Emily RoseLv 62 weeks ago
It helps a little bit but its common knowledge that it can cause tooth enamel erosion and throat irritation. So you just dilute it with water to make sure it doesn't affect your throat and teeth as much. It also helps to use a straw so that it has less contact with your teeth. Just google dr. Axe acv drink. Hope this helps and good luck.
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- .Lv 72 weeks ago
Not significantly (if at all), and it can cause issues such as tooth enamel erosion and throat irritation, etc. Eat right and be active. There are no reliable short cuts.
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
No. it is a placebo, a wive's tale.
- Jackie MLv 72 weeks ago
done nothing for me but healthy eating did and lost 28lbs
- 2 weeks ago
it surely tastes good!
- TavyLv 72 weeks ago
No, it's rotten fermented apples not a medicine.
A big con for the gullible like açai berries.
People will believe anything to diet without eating healthy.
- MamawidsomLv 72 weeks ago
No, not really.
Anything you ingest is going to work in your stomach and GI tract. It isn't going to get into your fat cells and dissolve them. If drinking ACV in water helps you stick to a low-carb, low-calorie diet, then it certainly can help with weight loss, but in and of itself, it doesn't appear to have any clinical evidence of causing weight loss in people who aren't in a calorie deficit.According to Harvard Health, "Studies in obese rats and mice suggest that acetic acid can prevent fat deposition and improve their metabolism. The most widely quoted study of humans is a 2009 trial of 175 people who consumed a drink containing 0, 1, or 2 tablespoons of vinegar each day. After three months, those who consumed vinegar had modest weight loss (2 to 4 pounds) and lower triglyceride levels than those who drank no vinegar."Okay, so that means that after 12 weeks, a very small number of people lost a couple of pounds. Anyone on a slight calorie deficit can lose 10 pounds pounds in that same amount of time. ACV is kind of like green tea. Yes, there are properties that seem to help a tiny bit, but the effect is so small, it won't make much of a different.
The good news is that have a couple big glasses of water with ACV in them may help you feel full, so you'll eat less, and it shouldn't hurt you in any way. Just don't expect to overeat and have a couple of tablespoons of vinegar fix things for you.