Switch on Your Body’s Metabolism for Vitality and Healthy Weight Management

With this 2,000-year-old superfood, you now have the potential for reaching your metabolic goals faster – and seeing a difference in your waistline and major health parameters.

  • Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric contains raw, unfiltered Organic Apple Cider Vinegar diluted with water to the ideal 5% acetic acid strength, Organic Honey, and special botanicals for extra thermogenic power.
  • One (1) Tbsp. serving of this concentrated, unrefined tangy vinegar blend with naturally occurring “mother” provides only 2g of added sugar and a total of 10 calories per serving (each bottle contains 31 servings).
  • Available in your choice of two flavors – Regular and Spicy Habanero for an extra kick, each serving of Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric can be consumed mixed with water or your favorite smoothie, or added to salads, sauces and marinades.

Even if you’re not a gourmet chef, there’s a good chance you have a bottle of apple cider vinegar sitting on your pantry shelf right now.

While it is a delicious addition to salads and marinades, apple cider vinegar has other valuable uses as well – some you may not be aware of.

I don’t need to tell you how you can use apple cider vinegar to clean your home, make your hair shiny or your teeth look whiter. A simple online search yields a myriad of "best uses" where you can find that information and more.

Instead, I’d like to tell you a few things you may not know about apple cider vinegar.

The research on apple cider vinegar has been growing over the last couple of decades. For a substance that’s been valued since the early days of Hippocrates, it’s about time scientists delved deeper to understand it.

Based on this recent research, I’ll share with you some of what I believe are the most important ways you can use apple cider vinegar for your health.

And along with that, I’d like to introduce you to a true breakthrough – something that takes this marvel-in-a-bottle to the next level.

By the time we’re finished, I think you’ll agree that apple cider vinegar deserves to be used for more than just your salad…

Apple vinegar

What Makes Apple Cider Vinegar Stand Apart

One of the biggest falsehoods you may have heard is the claim that all vinegars are the same.

They’re not.

Vinegars can be made from any fruit or substance that contains natural sugars, including apples, grapes and grains, like rice and barley. That’s why different vinegars have different tastes.

But that’s just the beginning…

First, let’s look at how vinegars are similar:

  • They’re all sour, acidic liquids, but their pH levels vary.

  • They’re made by two different biological processes. The first one is alcoholic fermentation, where yeasts convert natural sugars into alcohol.

  • During a long fermentation period, the alcohol is then converted into acetic acid, an important acid created during the second biological process.

Microbes drive both of these processes – they transform the sugars into acetic acid, vinegar’s primary and most valuable constituent.

It’s important not to confuse vinegar with acetic acid, as they are not the same thing. Vinegar is a diluted solution of acetic acid, and typically makes up about 5% of vinegar.

So, what makes apple cider vinegar stand apart from other vinegars?

Apple cider vinegar is especially high in acetic acid and other valuable components, making it potentially valuable for health.

It’s All About Fermentation and Acetic Acid

I’m a strong advocate of fermented foods and beverages. And apple cider vinegar happens to be an exceptionally good one.

Certain varieties of apples, and especially apple juice, can be high in sugar.

However, when you ferment apple juice or cider, the sugars are digested as a result of the fermentation process. The finished product - apple cider vinegar – contains very little sugar and carbohydrate, making it a very attractive food from a dietary standpoint.

Apple cider vinegar contains a number of important components, including these organic acids: acetic, citric, formic, lactic, malic and succinic acids.

It also contains catechins, epicatechin, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid and p-coumaric acid, which all offer benefits for health. Plus, it’s a source of manganese and potassium, two important minerals.

Of all these valuable components, research suggests the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar may be the most significant for health, and is found in high levels in apple cider vinegar.

Studies suggest acetic acid and the other constituents may promote these aspects of health:

  • Healthy oxidation and cholesterol support

  • Metabolic health support

  • Normal cardiovascular support

  • Normal detoxification processes

  • Athletic performance recovery

How Apple Cider Vinegar May Support Your Metabolic Health

The most recent data about the U.S. adult population shows a problematic truth… less than 7% (that’s 14 out of 15 American adults) are metabolically unhealthy or inflexible.

Do you fall into this 93% ‘metabolically unfit’ group?

You may if it’s challenging for you to reach or maintain your ideal body weight, or the “belly fat” around your middle just won’t go away.

Other signs that you may be metabolically unfit include frequent cravings for carbs and sweets, or experiencing daytime energy slumps and crashes.

Even if your weight is in the normal range, you can still be metabolically unhealthy. All of these can be red flags for metabolic challenges: rising blood sugar levels, increased blood lipid levels, heart concerns, GI discomfort, mood swings and cognitive issues.

Metabolic health includes five components – blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, weight issues and cardiovascular concerns. Issues with any of these can affect your long-term health as well as harm your cells and organs if not properly addressed.

Apple cider vinegar – specifically, its acetic acid – may support metabolic health in a number of ways:

  • Prevent the complete digestion of complex carbohydrates, thereby reducing the absorption of carbs as sugars and the blood sugar spike that can occur after eating a high-carb meal

  • Help you feel more full and less likely to overeat when taken before meals

  • Boost your enzyme AMPK – your metabolic master switch that regulates your metabolism and increases fat burning

  • Promote your body’s absorption of important minerals from the foods you eat

In one 12-week Japanese study, one group of individuals drank a beverage containing one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Another group drank a beverage with two tablespoons (or one ounce) of apple cider vinegar. And a third group had a drink with no vinegar.

At the end of the study, the people who drank either of the beverages with vinegar showed fewer adverse signs of metabolic health, compared to the no-vinegar group.

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Could Apple Cider Vinegar Help You Slim Down, Too?

While I believe one of apple cider vinegar’s most important attributes is supporting a healthy metabolism – and not a magic bullet for dramatic weight loss – it does have a reported history of helping people manage their body composition.

This may be because apple cider vinegar acts as a “thermogenic” – and thermogenesis is the process of helping to burn body fat to generate body heat.

Thermogenic foods, like apple cider vinegar, increase thermogenesis, which can increase your energy expenditure, or the calories you burn, by as much as 5%.

Over time, this could make a substantial difference in your overall body composition.

So, by adding thermogenic foods to your diet, along with movement and exercise, you can increase your daily calorie expenditure, potentially benefiting your metabolism and reducing the amount of fat your body stores.

When taken before meals, apple cider vinegar may also make you feel fuller and less likely to eat large amounts of food, a real bonus if you’re trying to limit the amount you eat.

In one study, subjects consumed a serving of vinegar along with a high-carb meal. Not only were the subjects’ glucose response lower, they ate significantly fewer calories for the remainder of the day, simply because they didn’t feel hungry.

A Must-Have for Your Mitochondrial Health

While metabolic health support may be one of apple cider vinegar’s greatest contributions to health, it’s not the only one.

According to recent research, healthy vinegar with acetic acid may support nutritional ketosis, and in turn, your mitochondrial health.

When you reach nutritional ketosis, or burn fat for fuel instead of carbs, apple cider vinegar may increase the number of energy-producing mitochondria in your cells by stimulating an important metabolic pathway known as PGC-1 alpha.

This pathway largely controls mitochondrial function within your cells. PGC-1 alpha increases your mitochondrial functional capacity when energy needs are high and reduces it when they are low.

So, by adding apple cider vinegar to your regimen once you’ve reached ketosis and are burning fat for fuel, you may actually be able to improve your mitochondrial efficiency and produce more cellular energy.

Your mitochondria can use the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar as an “on” switch to help boost energy, especially if they are not working up to par.

I add apple cider vinegar to my salad each day. I know it is helping to support my mitochondrial health when I’m in nutritional ketosis and likewise, supports my metabolic health when I periodically cycle back into eating carbs.

Fresh apple cider vinegar

The Number One Rule for Buying Apple Cider Vinegar

When buying apple cider vinegar, this key rule applies: it must have a “mother.”

In other words, if you don’t see a strange-looking cobweb-like substance floating through the vinegar or settled on the bottom of the bottle, you should avoid it.

This substance – known as the “mother” – is created by beneficial bacteria in the vinegar during the long fermentation period and is your assurance of a high-quality raw apple cider vinegar.

These strange-looking protein strands contain healthy, beneficial enzymes and probiotics, which makes it supportive for your gut health.

When you can see the mother floating in the bottle – or settled on the bottom, it’s your assurance of a good quality raw, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar.

Manufacturers typically pasteurize and filter their vinegars because that’s what many people want – sparkling clear apple cider vinegar without the mother.

But what these consumers don’t realize is, when you process and pasteurize the vinegar, you remove the building blocks for the mother to develop.

This radically reduces the potential health benefits of the apple cider vinegar as a mother cannot exist in vinegar that is pasteurized or filtered.

Rather, you want organic, raw, unfiltered and unprocessed apple cider vinegar, which is a murky brown and contains a mother.

How Apple Cider Vinegar Supports Gut Health

We already know about the enzymes and probiotics that the mother in apple cider vinegar provides. They’re both important for the health of your entire gastrointestinal tract.

It appears that the acetic acid and other potent antioxidant constituents may promote gut health by increasing levels of beneficial bacteria in the gut, such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria.

Apple cider vinegar especially helps you digest fat, a key benefit if you’re consuming a high-fat or ketogenic diet.

Increasing numbers of beneficial bacteria in your gut isn’t the only way apple cider vinegar supports gut health and digestion. It may also…

  • Boost your body’s absorption of important minerals from the food you eat.

  • Increase stomach acidity to support digestion and movement of your meal through your gastrointestinal tract.

  • Help maintain a healthy alkaline pH throughout your body.

The pH of most individuals who eat a standard processed American diet is very acidic. And because too much acidity can be problematic for your health, maintaining a proper pH balance is key.

A proper pH balance is important for the optimal functioning of all your body’s systems: digestive, immune, circulatory, muscular, respiratory, nervous and reproductive system.

Even though apple cider vinegar may have a low pH and taste acidic, it turns alkaline in your body when consumed.

Especially if you are overly acidic, apple cider vinegar may be useful in helping to balance your body’s pH.

Introducing Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Fat-Burning Botanicals for Metabolic Health in Two Flavors

Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar

Two of the most important attributes of apple cider vinegar are its ability to generate body heat to burn fat and to boost mitochondrial health.

So, we decided to embark on the challenge to take these two valuable properties to the next level…

We started with the finest organic apple cider vinegar diluted with water to the ideal 5% acetic acid strength.

Then, we added organic honey to create the perfect balance of sweet and tart.

Not only does honey enhance the flavor of apple cider vinegar, but it also has an alkalizing effect and may help support health.

Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, used apple cider vinegar with his patients and would always mix it with honey.

Next, for our Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric, we added two of the most outstanding thermogenic, or fat-burning, herbs.

Knowing how Ginger and Turmeric Roots offer not just value for supporting your metabolism but other potential benefits as well, it only made sense to add both to our Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar.

This unique addition makes our formula the first organic apple cider vinegar on the market to have a 6% blend of ginger and turmeric for extraordinary thermogenic power.

Want an extra kick to your apple cider vinegar? Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric – Spicy Habanero includes Habanero Pepper for extra thermogenic, or fat-burning power.

Let’s take a closer look at how ginger and turmeric can potentially benefit your metabolic health…

How Ginger Supports Your Metabolism, Digestion and More

Ginger has played an important role in health for over 5,000 years in Chinese, Ayurvedic and other herbal practices worldwide.

We added Organic Ginger Root Puree to Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar for its digestive support and thermogenic properties.

Studies show ginger helps…

  • Protect gastric mucosa from irritants.

  • Stimulate the movement of food and the emptying of your stomach.

  • Reduce gas and bloating.

  • Prevent spasms by soothing your intestinal tract.

  • Support normal fat digestion and absorption, important for a high-fat and ketogenic diet.

  • Support normal healthy carbohydrate and lipid metabolism.

  • Reduce feelings of hunger and food cravings, making it useful for managing your weight.

And that’s just your gastrointestinal tract. Ginger has also been shown to help support cognitive function and brain health.

Ginger root also supports other components of health, including cardiovascular, muscle and respiratory health, as well as offering support for a normal inflammatory response.


Plus, We Added Ginger’s First Cousin Turmeric…

As evidenced by its appearance, turmeric is a close relative of ginger. And it, too, has been used in India and the Middle East for thousands of years.

Like ginger, turmeric is a thermogenic herb and supports your healthy metabolism.

Turmeric contains a polyphenol called curcumin, which is known for its ability to provide antioxidant effects to help combat oxidative stress and promote an already normal inflammatory response.

Research suggests turmeric may help…

  • Support metabolic health by promoting a healthy, normal insulin response.

  • Support digestion, especially fats (making it especially valuable for a high-fat or ketogenic diet).

  • Reduce gas and bloating.

For Our Spicy Variety, We Added Red-Hot Chili Peppers

Some individuals like plenty of heat, so we formulated a Spicy version of our Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric for those who appreciate one of the hottest varieties of chili peppers – habanero peppers.

Compared to the jalapeno pepper, the habanero contains anywhere from 20 to 33 times the concentration of the source of that heat – a naturally occurring chemical called capsaicin.

Associated with an impressive list of potential benefits for health, capsaicin is yet another substance that increases thermogenesis and the metabolism of lipids.

As we talked about earlier, thermogenesis is the process by which your body raises its temperature – or energy output – with the end result being an increase in your metabolism.

This forces fat cells to be used for energy, a bonus for managing stubborn fat deposits.

Now that you know exactly what is in our two varieties of Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar, let’s talk about how you can use it

How to Get the Greatest Benefits from Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric

First off, you need to know that Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric is not a beverage – rather, it is a concentrate. Each bottle contains about 31 servings.

For general health support, we recommend taking one tablespoon per day, mixed with water or added to foods or smoothies.

You can use Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar in food in many different ways. Try using it as a…

  • Dressing for salads or coleslaw for a tangy boost.

  • Marinade for fish, poultry or meat to add an exotic twist of flavor.

  • Condiment for fish and side dishes.

  • Flavor enhancer for lightly steamed greens or raw vegetables.

There’s no limit to how you can use it. Anywhere you enjoy the flavors of ginger and turmeric (and habanero pepper, if you choose the Spicy flavor), our Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar works perfectly, without adding significant calories or sugars.

Because Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar contains only 2g of added sugar and a total of 10 calories per 1 Tbsp. serving, it’s the perfect accompaniment to all types of salads, entrees and sides.

Experience Vitality and Optimal Wellness with Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar

Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar

Small, simple steps can add up and make a significant difference in your health. I believe that apple cider vinegar is one of those simple yet important steps.

With Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar, it’s easy to add apple cider vinegar to your routine for your vitality and optimal wellness.

Already blended with organic honey and its extra thermogenic ingredients, ginger and turmeric – and habanero pepper, if you choose Spicy – you have everything you need for exceptional support for your metabolism, digestion, mitochondrial health and more.

It’s just one more way for you to Take Control of Your Health®.

Don’t delay. Get started with the daily habit that could make a real difference in your health and well-being, and order Biothin Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger & Turmeric in Regular or Spicy today.

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  1. 1. “What’s the funny looking film at the bottom of the bottle?”

    The cobweb-like film you see resting at the bottom and throughout the bottle is what’s called the “mother.” This is your evidence of high quality unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar. Don’t remove it – simply gently shake the bottle to distribute the mother. This is a potent source of probiotics, enzymes and other valuable components.

  2. 2. Can I take a spoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar by itself, without diluting it in water?

    We recommend mixing any apple cider vinegar with water or other liquid or food, as the acid in vinegar can damage teeth over time if it remains in your mouth.

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