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With all of the superfoods and wild wellness claims out there, it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between fact and theory (or downright fiction). But one health trend seems to have stood the test of time, and seems to offer some truly valid benefits: apple cider vinegar.

There are many out-there claims about apple cider vinegar -- which is found in our Cleanse Collagen Shot-- but we’re not here to talk about those. We want to share some of the top benefits of this popular ingredient as suggested by science and studies. Here are our top three favorite benefits of apple cider vinegar.

Helps Promote Healthy Blood Sugar Levels Already in the Normal Range*

There is evidence that fermented foods such as apple cider vinegar containing lactic acid or acetic acid can assist in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range by helping store excess glucose in the liver. This reduces the body’s rate of glucose production and absorption.*

Protects Cardiovascular Health*

Apple cider vinegar, with its large amounts of acetic acid, can help maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and triglycerides and protect your heart.*

Helps You Maintain a Healthy Weight*

Finally, there's some evidence that apple cider vinegar can help you feel full and assist in maintaining a healthy weight. A recent study found that vinegar can increase satiety — the level of satisfaction you feel after a meal. All in all, apple cider vinegar as part of your dietary regimen can help you keep your healthy waistline.*

With science supporting these three benefits of apple cider vinegar, you may be interested in giving it a try! It’s recommended to look for a pure vinegar such as Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar. Look for a vinegar that contains a murky, cloudy substance known as “the mother,” as this is a sign of the product’s purity and wellness benefits.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.