Apple Cider Vinegar Ingredient Spotlight

You’ve likely heard about the vast benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar. Often described as a ‘super condiment,’ Apple Cider Vinegar is derived from fermented apples, and the raw, unpasteurized versions are full of enzymes and beneficial bacteria. 

To make Apple Cider Vinegar, apples are crushed and exposed to yeast. By doing this, the natural sugar from the apple is fermented over time and turned into alcohol. Sounds like making apple cider, right? The process is similar. The difference is the Apple Cider Vinegar is fermented twice – once to make alcoholic cider and a second time to make it vinegar (and lose the alcohol).

Apple Cider Vinegar has an active component called acetic acid, a potent and natural antimicrobial. We see benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar ranging from supported digestion and absorption to maintenance of healthy skin, and even blood sugar.

Apple Cider Vinegar is a key active ingredient in Kyäni HL5 (HL5 Berry Lemonade flavor now back and here to stay!) which supports the nutrient absorption of HL5’s other great ingredients AND helps detoxify the skin! 

Sounds amazing, right?! 

Try HL5 today and see how Apple Cider Vinegar can benefit you!

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