Apple cider vinegar is an amazing product with many people are now trying this ancient ingredient for its many benefits!

What do people drink it for?

Well mainly for benefits to hair, health, diet and skin. Many people feel that the vinegar helps them to control their weight whilst others feel it helps their diet and digestion. I’ve heard positive reviews from some of my friends too who feel that it helped not only their general health but their hair too!

I’ve been using apple cider vinegar for years to help my skin, but it also has many other uses including cooking and as a diet supplement. It has not always been so easy to get hold of but now it is increasingly gaining popularity as more and more people seek to take advantage of all it has to offer.

I’ve tried a few different types of apple cider vinegar in my time but in my opinion there is one true hero that sticks out amongst the competition; Bragg’s Organic Apple Cider Vinegar!

Where to buy in the UK

You can sometimes find Bragg’s in bigger supermarkets, so far I’ve spotted it in Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.

You can regularly get better value for money by buying one of the larger bottles online, you can often pick up bulk deals on Amazon.

Why Bragg’s?

Bragg’s is a longstanding American company founded in 1912 and champion a healthier lifestyle and I particularly favour their products that are wholly organic. It would be easy to bulk out this product with regular vinegar, but that is not the case with this brand – you get a full bottle of the real deal.

I find the glass bottle to be handy and it doesn’t need to be kept in the fridge. The taste does take some getting used to, but once you’ve had your first few goes you will be absolutely fine, in fact I’d say it starts to get borderline addictive! I regularly use mine to flavour my meal prep too since it is so low calorie.

I’m also a fan of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos – but I’ll save that story for another day!

Amy-Kate x

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