Product Review: Goli Apple Cider Gummies

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Goli Nutrition has created one of the first apple cider vinegar (ACV) gummies on the market. These delicious superfood chews provide an easier, tastier way of taking in your daily ACV, so that you “taste the apple, and not the vinegar.” 

If you are like me and don’t keep yourself particularly up to date with the latest health trends, you may not have heard of the benefits of apple cider vinegar. While it might make for a good salad dressing, you may wonder why people would religiously drink a shot of it daily despite its strong flavor. 

Apple cider vinegar is a type of vinegar made from fermented apple juice which delivers numerous health benefits, such as supporting gut health, boosting energy levels, lowering blood sugar levels, managing weight, and keeping the immune system strong. Not only do Goli gummies claim to deliver all the antimicrobial and antioxidant effects of ACV in a palatable, bite-sized form, but they are also enriched with vitamins and infused with pomegranate and beetroot to deliver an all-in-one nutrient-dense superfood. 

I have been eating these gummies for the past few weeks, taking 2-3 of them daily to test out their taste and any health benefits I may experience while taking them. In terms of the taste of the gummies, my first impression was that they are packed with flavor. 

The apple taste is not very distinct, as it is followed by a somewhat confusing mix of subtle sourness and bold tanginess, all masked by a strong sweetness which brings all the flavors together. Overall, I am quite impressed with the flavor, as there is no discernable vinegar taste to these gummies at all. If you are a fan of sweet treats, you will likely find it easy to take this candy-like superfood daily. 

However, I would caution that these gummies are considerably sweeter than any other multivitamin gummies I have tried, so if you tend to avoid sugary treats, then the taste may be slightly overpowering for you at first.

For those who already take apple cider vinegar daily, it may be worth considering transitioning to Goli gummies instead, as they are just as nutritious but are easier to take than traditional ACV. 

Personally, considering that I haven’t previously experienced any problems with digestion, immunity, energy levels, or appetite which necessitated the use of supplements, I cannot say that I noticed any considerable health changes over these short few weeks. 

However, these superfoods deliver benefits over time and work to support health in the long-term, and since I am loving the taste, texture, and ease of taking these gummies, I am planning to continue investing in them from here on out. 

Goli gummies are available for purchase at most health food stores in Hong Kong and online on their website. Jumpstart readers can avail of an exclusive 10% discount on Goli by using the code JUMPSTART at checkout, as below: 

golihongkong.com

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