VICTORIA Beckham revealed she starts each day with two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar on an empty stomach and has encouraged her followers to do the same.
The mother-of-four, 43, posted a picture of a large bottle of unfiltered cider on her Instagram story and wrote over the top of it: “Be brave! Two tbsp first thing on an empty tummy! x”
But fans of the star should follow her advice with caution as drinking vinegar on an empty stomach can cause tissue damage and lower potassium.
Some say it can aid digestion, get rid of bad breath and remove stains from teeth.
The former Spice Girl’s bizarre and highly questionable vinegar trick has both pros and cons, according to health sites.
Victoria recently revealed another controversial food she likes to dish up to her kids – toasted Amino seeds as an after-school snack.
Is apple cider vinegar for breakfast good for you?
IT’S a food trend up there with the blueberry and kale revoltion.
Diluting a couple of teaspoons of apple cider vinegar in some hot water and knocking it back before breakkie has been hailed as a “miracle” weight loss trick.
But, is there any science that backs that up and does the unusal tipple really help you shed pounds?
Dieitian Helen Bond told The Sun Online while there’s “nothing wrong with apple cider vinegar” and adds it’s a great way to flavour food, it won’t get you into that little black dress in time for Christmas, if that’s the only change you make to your diet.
“If you really think losing weight really was just about a few teaspoons of apple cider…