Don't Stock up on Apple Cider Vinegar...Until you read this!
Extra Extra, Read All About It.... Coconut Vinegar is the New Apple Cider Vinegar!
Everyone seems to have a bottle of Apple Cider Vinegar in their pantry and medicine cabinet so that they can use the natural cure-all as part of their diet and beauty routine. But did you know that there may be another vinegar that’s just as beneficial as your beloved apple cider vinegar? Meet coconut vinegar, its hipper cousin....and actually, it is not "just as beneficial," it is 3xs more nutrient dense than Apple Cider Vinegar!
Because of it's fermentation, coconut vinegar a natural source of Probiotics, which feed our Microbiome—that community of good bacteria that keeps us healthy is so many ways.
Also, coconut trees grow in soil that’s highly rich in nutrients, therefore, the “sap” from the coconut blossoms is also rich in nutrients. Coconut vinegar is consequently a good source of minerals and vitamins, including potassium (which helps balance electrolytes, control blood pressure, and process sugar), ascorbic acid or vitamin C (an important antioxidant) and certain B vitamins, particularly B2 or riboflavin (an important vitamin that is essential in the body’s energy production, cellular function, and metabolism).
Coconut vinegar contains all essential amino acids—the building blocks of protein that are often incomplete in plant-based foods. Amino acids also play a role in oxygenating blood and keeping the immune system healthy, among other key functions in the body.
Tahiti Trader announces the Best Coconut Vinegar: Tahiti Trader CocoVin!
CocoVin…Benefits and Uses
- Milder, Sweeter and Brighter flavor than apple cider vinegar
- Strong Probiotic
- Raw and Fermented Food
- 3x’s more nutrient dense than apple cider vinegar
- 17 amino acids
- Vitamins like: Potassium, Magnesium, and Phosphorus
- Minerals like: B1, B6, B12, and Inositol. Inositol increases insulin resistance and lowers blood sugar. B vitamins are a building block for good health, playing a key role in keeping you energized and [maintaining healthy] metabolism.
Great for beauty regiments… Try this: Soak a cotton ball with one part coconut vinegar to three or more parts water and apply as a homemade toner. Or for a hair conditioning rinse, add a few tablespoons vinegar to a cup of water. Apply to hair and let sit for a couple of minutes, then gently rinse (Make sure to do a patch test, as coconut vinegar is more acidic than apple cider vinegar, so it can be harsh on sensitive skin, and may need to be diluted more).
- If Apple Cider Vinegar has proven anti-fungal properties, in part because of its acetic content, that means the even more acetic Coconut Vinegar could help with yellowing nails, athlete’s foot, and even dandruff.
- Coconut vinegar can be used in the same way as any other vinegar.
- Coconut vinegar can be made from either coconut sap or coconut water…Tahiti Trader uses coconut sap, which produces a more nutritious vinegar than that of coconut water.
Here are some of the common uses:
- For cooking as part of the ingredients for a dish
- In a salad dressing, for use in a marinade
- Added to cold water for a healthy drink
- Taken pure (1 or 2 spoons) for digestive benefits
- In skincare routines
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