Apple vs. Coconut Cider
WHAT IS APPLE AND COCONUT CIDER VINEGAR?
Apple Cider Vinegar is made by taking crushed apples or cider and adding yeast, which then turns into alcohol. Good bacteria is added to the mix to make the actual vinegar. The same process is used for Coconut Cider Vinegar but instead of apples, it is extracted from coconut sap.
Apple Cider Vinegar has always been one of the go-to solutions for fat-burning, nutrient absorption, and clearer skin. However, Coconut Cider Vinegar is here to offer the same benefits but in a sweeter package!
WHAT MAKES COCONUT CIDER VINEGAR BETTER?
- Coconut vinegar tastes sweeter and milder than apple cider vinegar, making it easier to add to your diet and a solid alternative for anyone who finds Apple Cider Vinegar too acidic.
- Coconut trees often grow near the ocean, which makes its vinegar abundant in minerals that are found in seawater like phosphorus, iron and potassium.
- Coconut sap has more nutrients than apples. It also contains all 9 essential amino acids and 8 nonessential amino acids.
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