Many readers have wrote in saying that they really dislike the smell and taste of apple cider vinegar. Using honey to mask the sour vinegar taste is one way to go about it, but the smell still lingers. While many get use to it after awhile, some folks are really turned off by it, developing a distinct aversion to it along the way. It’s a shame because ACV offers a wealth of health benefits.
For those who really, truly cannot stomach ACV’s strong smell and taste, but still want to reap the benefits, you can consider apple cider vinegar tablets. I personally would recommend going for raw ACV, but if you do decide you’d like to take it in tablet form, it has been said to help with:
- your digestive system – helps to ensure food digests well, leading to good gut health.
- weight loss by curbing sugar cravings
- boosting your immune system
- More ACV weight loss benefits here.
In my opinion, I believe the benefits of ACV tablets mostly lie in its convenience. It’s easier to consume and taken regularly. It may also reduce the risk of enamel corrosion that may happen when ACV in its raw form is taken regularlty.
Ultimately it’s your choice to go for tablets or not. However there are many opposing views from other sources that say ACV tablets are actually not that effective. Additionally, ACV pills are not regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Above all, do consult your doctor before adding ACV tables to your daily diet.