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A Fermented Apple a Day…

…keeps the weight at bay? Our social feeds spilleth over with sponsored posts on the weight-loss benefits of apple cider vinegar. But does it really work?

Science

Swedish researchers found that subjects who drank vinegar with bread felt more satiated than those who did not, and a Japanese study showed that participants who drank one to two tablespoons

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