Apple cider vinegar may slow stomach emptying and meal digestion. This slows nutrition absorption.
Apple cider vinegar and acetic acid may reduce hunger and enhance fullness, reducing calorie consumption.
Apple cider vinegar's effects on blood potassium and bone health have not been studied.
Acidic meals and drinks destroy enamel. The acetic acid in vinegar may potentially harm tooth enamel, according to some study.
Burns to the oesophagus (and maybe the throat) could be the result of consuming apple cider vinegar.
When applied to the skin, apple cider vinegar can cause burns due to its high acidity.
Insulin or insulin-stimulating drugs and vinegar might cause dangerously low blood sugar or potassium.
This drug reduces blood potassium. Taking it with apple cider vinegar might deplete your potassium.