Are there benefits to consuming apple cider vinegar everyday?

Apple cider vinegar has been shown to reduce blood sugar after a carb-rich meal, but no other benefits have been proven. It can also damage your stomach lining and tooth enamel, so it's best to avoid it. Lemon water also has no real benefits and won't help you burn fat.
Transcript: "The question is, are there benefits to consuming apple cider vinegar every day? Apple cider vinegar has become the darling of the wellness industry, but unfortunately, it's not all it's cracked up to be. Acetic acid has been shown in some small studies to reduce blood sugar by a bit after carb-rich meal. Still, I wouldn't suggest taking it for that purpose. I mean, if you eat a salad with an apple cider vinegar dressing with your meal, that is good enough. Aside from that, the benefits that people say come from apple cider vinegar are mostly overblown and mythical. It won't cleanse you or detox you in any way. It doesn't really promote health, and it can really eat away at your stomach lining and your tooth enamel, so I don't really recommend it. The same actually goes for lemon water, it's been completely blown out of proportion by the wellness industry. There's no real benefit to taking them in water. It's just hydrating, but so is regular water. And I think it goes without saying both apple cider vinegar and lemon water do not burn fat, so please don't fall for that one."