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Apple Cider Vinegar- 6 Incredible Benefits & Uses

Apple Cider Vinegar- 6 Incredible Benefits & Uses

For the last few years I have been a big fan of Apple Cider Vinegar. I always start my mornings with a cup of warm water and apple cider. Drinking ACV daily is a sure fire way to improve every aspect of your health and your life.

Raw, organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar (or ‘ACV’ for short) is one of the oldest and most useful remedies on Earth.  It contains a wealth of raw enzymes and beneficial bacteria which are responsible for the majority of it’s health benefits.

It is important to note that not all apple cider vinegar is created equally! To get the most out of using ACV, make sure you buy it raw and with the “mother” intact, which means it still contains the beneficial compounds including probiotics. When buying apple cider vinegar it is imperative to choose a bottle that is organic. Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar contains all of the above and is my favorite brand to use.

Let’s start with some of the benefits of including ACV in your daily routine.

Just keep in mind that you should never drink apple cider vinegar straight as it can burn your esophagus. Instead, mix one tablespoon with 8 ounces of water. If you don’t like the taste, use a straw to minimize contact with your taste buds. Adding a bit of raw honey can help too.

 

 

Health Benefits Of Apple Cider Vinegar

Some of the most popular and useful health benefits of apple cider vinegar are as follows:

Candida Overgrowth

As ACV is rich in natural enzymes, consuming it can help eliminate candida in the body. Candida has been blamed for many different health issues, including poor memory, fatigue, headaches, depression, sugar cravings and yeast infections. While it’s a naturally occurring yeast, it can quickly grow out of control if the body becomes too acidic from eating too many processed foods or too much sugar, or if good bacteria is killed off from antibiotic use.

Kill Fungus on Toes and Skin

 

The anti-bacterial and anti-fungal compounds in apple cider vinegar make it a great natural remedy for skin and toenail fungus.  Simply rub on the area of fungus two times daily.  Also, using a mixture of coconut oil and oil of oregano is great for killing fungus.

Body Metabolism

Apple cider vinegar plays an important role in terms of speeding up the metabolism of the body. It supports appetite control and fat burning in the body.

Detoxification 

Apple cider vinegar is one of the most powerful detoxifying agents that helps to cleanse the entire digestive system. One of the most significant health benefits of apple cider vinegar is that it cleans the blood in the oxidation process.

Pet Care

Apple cider vinegar can also come handy in terms of animal and pet care. In case of cat care, vinegar should be used to clean the litter pan. Apple cider vinegar should also be used in rinsing your dog as a way to treat it for various infections, and as a way to repel insects and ticks.

All-Natural Household Cleaner

The anti-bacterial properties and the balanced pH of apple cider vinegar make it a perfect household cleaning product. Fill a spray bottle with 50 percent water and 50 percent ACV then spray windows and counters for cleaning.

 

 

Comment below and Let us know how you use ACV in your daily or weekly routine.


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