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    Apple Cider Vinegar-it's good for you!

    Dib's
    Thu Mar 14, 2013 9:59 am
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    Only raw organic apple cider vinegar has the “mother of vinegar” that makes the vinegar so beneficial. The “mother” is made up of living nutrients and bacteria. You can actually see it settled in the bottom on the bottle.
    Clear vinegar has none of the benefits of raw organic apple cider vinegar. Through its processing and distilling, it’s been stripped of everything beneficial and can be detrimental to your health since it is dead instead of alive.

    Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is made from nutritious, organically grown apples and retains many beneficial components because raw apple cider vinegar is not pasteurized. ACV undergoes two fermentation processes where it produces enzymes and life giving nutrients that make apple cider vinegar the powerhouse it is.

    Potassium – helps to prevent brittle teeth, hair loss and runny noses.
    Pectin – helps to regulate blood pressure and reduce bad cholesterol.
    Malic Acid – gives ACV the properties of being resistant to viruses, bacteria, and fungus.
    Calcium – supports strong bones and teeth.
    Ash – gives ACV its alkaline property which aids your body in maintaining proper pH levels for a healthy alkaline state.
    Acetic Acid – It appears that this acid slows the digestion of starch which can help to lower the rise in glucose that commonly occurs after meals.

    ACV with the Mother Helps:
    Remove Body Toxins
    Helps Promote a Youthful Body
    Helps support a healthy immune system
    Helps Maintain Healthy Skin
    Helps Control Weight
    Improves Digestion and Assimilation
    Soothes Tight and Aching Joints and Sore Muscles from exercise Soothes irritated skin

    In a 2009 study published in Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, it was found that subjects that consumed acetic acid for 12 weeks experienced significant declines in body weight, abdominal fat, waist circumference and triglycerides. Triglycerides contribute to the bad cholesterol that we want to avoid.
    For daily weight management, add 2 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to 16 ounces of water. This concoction can be sipped throughout the day. Data shows some limited, yet significant, weight loss benefits from sustained daily intake of acetic acid (which is a main ingredient in apple cider vinegar).

    What's your favorite use or recipe using ACV?
    Sharon123
    Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:31 am
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    I didn't realize you had to use organic raw apple cider vinegar! Great information. I will now be looking for that. Thanks!
    Dib's
    Thu Mar 14, 2013 10:41 am
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    Sharon123 wrote:
    I didn't realize you had to use organic raw apple cider vinegar! Great information. I will now be looking for that. Thanks!


    Most grocery stores carry Bragg. In my grocery store it is NOT with the other vinegars, it's in the Health Food area.
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