What To Know About Apple Cider Vinegar

by GuestPoster on October 7, 2011

If there is one magic liquid that has long been used for its healing and cleansing powers, it’s the apple cider vinegar. The medicinal properties of this liquid has been used for treating skin allergies, pimples, warts, dandruff, and a host of other physical afflictions. And taking apple cider vinegar orally is reputed for its help in healing diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high levels of unhealthy cholesterol, respiratory infections, fever, chronic fatigue, gout, acid reflux or heartburn, indigestion, joint pain, muscle stiffness, and diabetes. Lately, apple cider vinegar weight loss is also a fast-growing diet method, since the beverage reportedly boosts the metabolism and increases stamina. Here’s what else you need to know about this wonder liquid:

Apple cider vinegar contains potassium, pectin, and calcium.

Potassium is important for healthy brain and cell function, which means this element is necessary for every single action in your body. Pectin is a soluble fiber that reduces high cholesterol levels in the blood. And among other functions, calcium is necessary for good strong bones and teeth, and is one of the most abundant minerals in the body that we simply cannot function without. These three elements are all present in apple cider vinegar, which may have given rise to its many health benefits.

Apple cider vinegar has very low calorie, sugar and fat content.

Just like with water, you can expect not to gain a single kilo of fat or take on more calories if you take apple cider vinegar. This is why apple cider vinegar is growing in popularity for use in flavoring salads, meats, dishes and drinks. It adds a whole new taste without giving any unnecessary fat or sugar to your meals. Along with vitamin B12 injection, apple cider vinegar is one of the healthiest ways for weight management.

Not all apple cider vinegars are equal.

There are apple cider vinegars available on the market that went through thorough filtering and pasteurizing, which only removes most of its nutrients. Fortunately, there are plenty of raw, natural and organic apple cider vinegar brands available, the best of which is Bragg’s. The healthiest apple cider vinegars are those that come intact with the “mother,” which is a filmy cobweb-like sediment that settles on the bottom of the bottle or jug. You can only get the mother from unfiltered apple cider vinegars, and it is made up of living nutrients and healthy microorganisms, and is believed to give the most health benefits. Make sure you have a jug of apple cider vinegar in your kitchen cupboard, and get the raw organic variety to make the most of all its healing properties.

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