What are the benefits of apple cider vinegar gummies?

The PROVEN ways apple cider vinegar gummies can upgrade your health routine.

Wondering whether apple cider vinegar gummies are just another health gimmick or if they genuinely live up to the hype? With so many conflicting claims floating around, it's totally understandable to feel skeptical or overwhelmed. That’s why we’re here to give you the no BS facts about what apple cider vinegar gummies are, their benefits, and why they could be your new favourite healthy habit. 

What are apple cider vinegar gummies?

Apple cider vinegar gummies are an easy, fun way to take your daily dose of apple cider vinegar (ACV). They’re made by combining ACV concentrate with sweeteners and gelling agents to make a sweet gummy that tastes just like a lolly. This means you get the benefits of the ACV concentrate without the burn of traditional ACV liquid. 

But what are the benefits are you talking about? 

Great question, let's dive into the benefits of apple cider vinegar, and explore three evidence-based ways it can upgrade your health routine.

1. Improved Blood Sugar Control

Apple cider vinegar has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and lower blood sugar levels after meals. This is because ACV contains acetic acid, an ingredient that increases glucose uptake by muscle cells, slows carbohydrate-digesting enzymes and stimulates glucose uptake by the liver. These mechanisms collectively contribute to better glycemic control. 

But why should you care? Well, improved glycemic control can help sustain energy levels throughout the day and avoid crashes, aid weight management by reducing cravings, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes complications. Pretty neat right? 

2. Boost Digestive Health

The naturally acidic properties of ACV have been shown to improve digestion in a variety of ways. Firstly, ACV enhances the production of stomach acid, which is essential for breaking down food and facilitating nutrient absorption. It’s also known to have probiotic properties, and may promote the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, crucial for digestion and gut health. This means taking ACV before or after a meal is a great option if you’re looking to boost your digestion naturally.

3. Weight Management Support

The most sought after benefit of ACV is to support weight management and reduce body fat. The good news is that studies do suggest ACV can aid in weight loss, but not in the way you may expect. ACV can increase feelings of fullness and reduce cravings, which helps reduce overall calorie intake, and hence support weight loss in the long run. 

This means that if you’re trying to eat less or maintain a calorie deficit, taking ACV before or after a meal can help you feel fuller for longer and reduce snacking, which is a game changer when you’re adopting a new diet. 


Apple cider vinegar gummies are the easiest, most convenient way to integrate apple cider vinegar (ACV) into your daily routine. Studies have shown traditional ACV liquid may have beneficial effects on your health when taken regularly, including: 

  1. Improved Blood Sugar Control
  2. Boost Digestive Health
  3. Weight Management Support

To ensure you’re maximising these same benefits from ACV gummies, ensure the gummies you choose follow these rules: 

  1. Contains an adequate amount of ACV extract - minimum 500mg per serve
  2. Contain minimal to no added sugar 
  3. No artificial additives, such as colours, flavours or preservatives 

If you want to try them for yourself, check out our Sugar Free Apple Cider Vinegar gummies on our website or on Amazon AU.  



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