Q&A: Apple Cider Vinegar gummies

Should I take chuu gummies with food?

chuu gummies can be taken with or without food, but for better absorption, we like taking them with food or as a treat after a meal to satisfy our sweet tooth.

Are chuu gummies vegan?

Yes! Our gummies use pectin as the gelling agent instead of gelatin. Pectin is derived from fruit peel, and is 100% vegan and vegetarian friendly. Pectins are also great for your gut and brain.

Not only that, we think pectin tastes better and creates a better texture than gelatin too.

Are chuu gummies sugar free?

Yes! Our gummies are 100% sugar free, achieved by replacing cane sugar and glucose syrup with naturally derived sugar alcohols: erythritol and maltitol. 

What are the benefits of chuu apple cider vinegar gummies?

Apple cider vinegar liquid has been clinically proven to aid weight loss* and blood sugar control** when taken with a balanced diet. Other reported benefits include improvements in digestion, less bloating and a better appearance of skin and hair. 

Our gummies also contain pectin, which has been linked to improved mood and memory in mice.

Did we also mention we’re the first sugar free apple cider vinegar gummy on the Aussie market? This means less calories and less cavities.

Compared to ACV liquid, chuu ACV gummies are far more convenient to take on the go, won’t erode your teeth, and reduce acid reflux symptoms sometimes caused by taking ACV liquid.

But here is where we’ll be honest. Like most other supplements, our product has not been clinically tested, hence we won’t make the same outrageous promises other brands make about the efficacy of their product. Our product is designed to be a better way of taking your daily apple cider vinegar, and not as a diet pill. Please remember that your results may vary depending on your diet, lifestyle choices and other factors. 


How often should I take chuu Apple Cider Vinegar gummies?

We recommend 1-2 servings per day to mimic taking apple cider vinegar liquid. However as our gummies are so scrumptious, we wouldn’t judge you from grabbing them as a little snack after a meal or throughout the day.

What is the coating on the outside of chuu gummies?

This coating is granulated erythritol. On top of adding sweetness, this coating also stops our gummies from clumping together in the bottle, giving you better texture for longer. 

How do apple cider vinegar gummies compare to apple cider vinegar liquid?

Ok, get ready for a little quick math. 

We first assume that apple cider vinegar has a concentration of roughly 5%, which means 95% of the liquid is water. Water is great, but not for the health benefits attributed to ACV, so we’re just going to look at the 5% of goodness. 

Now, let’s consider two teaspoons of ACV liquid. 2 tsp = 10ml = 10,000mg.

Two teaspoons is considered a standard beginner serve, but you can always take more if required, or multiple servings a day.

If ACV liquid is only 5% goodness, then 10,000 x 5% = 500mg of ACV concentrate.

Finally, let’s take a look at our concentration: chuu ACV gummies contain 500mg of concentrated ACV per serve, aka the 5% stuff. 

And therefore, one serve of chuu apple cider vinegar gummies has roughly the same concentration as two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar.

Boom, maths.

If you have particular concentration goals, here’s a table to help you take the right number of gummies per day***. 

ACV Liquid Goal

Number of chuu Gummies 

1 teaspoon (5ml)

1 gummy

2 teaspoons (10ml)

2 gummies

1 tablespoon (15ml)

3 gummies

2 tablespoons (30ml)

6 gummies 


***Remember that this is assuming ACV liquid has a concentration of 5%. Actual concentration may vary between brands, so remember to do what works for you.

How many chuu gummies should I take?

One serving size is 2 gummies, however you may refer to the table above to check out how many gummies you should take to meet your ACV concentration goals. 

Are chuu gummies keto friendly?

Sugar alcohols typically contain less than half the carbohydrates per gram compared to regular sugar, and both maltitol and erythritol are considered suitable for low-carb diets. However that does not mean they are completely carbohydrate free. Please consult your healthcare specialist to confirm whether chuu gummies fit into your keto regiment.

Do chuu Apple Cider Vinegar gummies have a laxative effect?

Australian food labelling laws dictate that any product containing sugar alcohols above a certain percentage must have the unfortunate labelling “excess consumption may cause laxative effect”. 

It is important to be aware that everyone’s digestion is different, and consuming sugar alcohols in varied amounts may cause mild to moderate digestive issues in some people. If you’re unsure how sugar alcohols affect you, please be wary of consuming more than 6 servings of chuu gummies a day. 

Are chuu gummies safe for kids?

Yes, our gummies are safe and loved by kids. Just beware of choking hazards and always make sure bubba is chewing their chuu.

Are chuu gummies safe for pets?

Our gummies are not intended for animal consumption, and sugar alcohols may cause GI and digestive issues in animals. So, best to keep these away from pooch. 

*Source: Beneficial effects of Apple Cider Vinegar on weight management (link)

**Source: Vinegar Improves Insulin Sensitivity to a High-Carbohydrate Meal in Subjects With Insulin Resistance or Type 2 Diabetes (link)