Research Article

Could apple cider vinegar be used for health improvement and weight loss?

Alexander V Sirotkin*

Published: 04/26/2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 041-016

Summary

This non-systematic review outlines the current knowledge concerning provenance, chemical composition and properties of apple cider vinegar, its general health effects, as well as the currently available knowledge concerning its action on fat storage, physiological mechanisms of its effects, as well as its safety and recommended dosage for treatment of obesity.

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