APPLE CIDER VINEGAR IN A GUMMY

I recently discovered a new apple cider vinegar (ACV) supplement by Goli Nutrition. It’s basically ACV in the form of a gummy. “I’ll tell you what, it’s fabulous!”

  • Source of antioxidant
  • Has Vitamins B9 & B12
  • Promotes general good health
  • Help improve your daily health
  • Contains pectin, a source of dietary fiber
  • Uses pectin as a natural prebiotic to support a healthy gut and immune system
  • Includes the Mother: a healthy strain of bacteria, antioxidants, and enzymes
  • Mask the unpleasant taste of apple cider vinegar
  • Perfect addition to your balanced diet and exercise wellness program
  • Vegan, Gluten-Free, Gelatin-Free, Kosher, Non-GMO

“Just two gummies is the equivalent of a full shot of ACV, but without the bitter vinegar taste!”

“What’s so great about apple cider vinegar?”

For one thing it supports healthy digestion. The enzymes found in ACV, as well as pectin fiber, help support the growth of good gut bacteria important for digestion.

ACV is great for weight management too! Studies have shown that ACV, in conjunction with a well-balanced diet, supports healthy weight. In fact, it helps reduce appetite. It increases the feeling of being full, and helps you stay full longer.

Aside of weight management, and digestive support, ACV can support a healthy immune system, through establishing a healthy gut. A healthy immune system supports the production of energy, as it contains essential nutrients involved in energy production for when you are lacking.

Plus, the amino acids in ACV, as well as the potassium and enzymes, may help relieve post-exercise fatigue. ACV supports heart health, and a healthy cardiovascular system, by maintaining good cholesterol levels already within a normal/healthy range.

ACV is just an overall healthy way to supplement your diet, combined with a balanced diet, sufficient exercise and rest, improving quality of life through a healthy lifestyle!

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) – Super Supplement

More About Goli Gummies

Goli Nutrition not only has the one-and-only, best tasting ACV gummies, they are a super company! All Goli ingredients and products are sourced, and made here in the U.S.A., at a state-of-the art facility that is certified organic, allergen free, and kosher. These Goli gummies are made with the purest non-GMO ingredients, have no preservatives, chemicals or artificial ingredients.

Goli gummies are more than just a concentrated ACV supplement, they are also infused with other superfood ingredients, adding even more healthy benefits that contribute to overall good health. Goli gummies are made with:

  • Beetroots – are a great source of Fiber, nitrates, and folates. It helps in detoxification and lowers blood pressure.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) – is high in Acetic Acid, lowers blood pressure, improves digestive health, and aids in reducing weight loss.
  • Pomegranate – are rich in fiber, vitamins & minerals. They are powerful antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Vitamin B12 – helps with energy, assisting with consistent exercise and weight loss goals.
  • Citric Acid – acts as an antioxidant and can neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals.
  • Vitamin B9 – folic acid helps produce new cells and reduces the risk of anemia and blood pressure.

I highly recommend these amazing, super gummies as part of your daily supplementation routine! I’ve been using them for a while now, and I can’t deny the amazing benefits I have felt and experienced. Goli gummies are delicious, easy on the teeth, and easy to take. Try them for yourself! Use my code: vegariffic and save when you shop on the Goli site. Or use this direct link: Go Goli.

The Lazy Man’s Way to Reduce Bad Cholesterol

I’m happy to introduce my guest writer for today’s post, Deborah H. Land of Cholesterol Reduction Diet Site. Deborah’s site helps raise awareness on healthy eating habits to support those living with high cholesterol. Please visit her site for more information. Enjoy the post!

a. The Myth of Good and Bad Cholesterol

There are actually two types of cholesterol, which is not a known fact for people who misconstrue it as something bad. HDL is the name of the good cholesterol, while the bad one is called LDL. A bloodstream with too much LDL will result in plaques in the arteries. Over time, blood will have a difficult time travelling your arteries because the opening becomes narrow thanks to the amount of bad cholesterol in it. Dietary cholesterol is not the culprit for your having high cholesterol in the blood. Rather, it is copious amounts of saturated fat along with Tran’s fat that is to blame for the tightening of the artery. To keep your cholesterol on the low level, you should eat plenty of unsaturated fats and fibrous foods, as well as exercise often.
b. Cholesterol Numbers and What They Mean

On an average, adults will usually need to have cholesterol checks every five years. Each time you get a cholesterol check it will yield four results – total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and Triglycerides. You will probably need more exercise and dietary change if you go above or below the healthy levels.

Total Cholesterol – less than 200 mg/dL (5.2 mmol/L)
LDL Cholesterol – less than 100 mg/dL (2.6 mmol/L)
HDL Cholesterol – greater than 40 mg/dL (1.0 mmol/L)
Triglycerides – less than 150 mg/dL (1.7 mmol/L)

c. Can Vitamin E Protect Your Heart?

Vegetable oils, nuts and leafy vegetables are good sources of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is not proven to stop you from getting a stroke, but it can lessen your heart disease risk level.

d. Five Great Foods to Lower Your Cholesterol

1. Oatmeal and Oat Bran: These contain a high amount of soluble fiber, which can lower LDL.

2. Fish: Fish is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, which lowers LDL and raises HDL.

3. Nuts: Not only are nuts high in fiber, but they contain the healthy fats you need to keep LDL in check.

4. Plant Sterols: This is found in foods like margarine, salad dressing, orange juice, and functional cookies. 2 grams per day will lower your LDL by 10-15%.

5. Soy: This popular meat replacement can lower LDL by up to 3%.
e. Plant Sterols and its Healthy Benefits

Foods such as VitaTops Muffin Tops, Benecol Spread, granola bars and fat free milk are rich sources of plant sterols. You can easily help your heart when you start eating foods packed with plant sterols and avoid eating foods that contain saturated fats. A saturated fat-filled diet is not canceled out by this. Exercising often as well as eating healthy food will keep your cholesterol in check.

About the Writer – Deborah H. Land writes for cholesterol reduction diet site, her personal hobby blog she uses to help people lower bad cholesterol levels.