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10 Healthy Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

When most people think about apple cider vinegar, it is usually in terms of salad dressing. While this will certainly zest up your lunchtime greens, however, there are many more benefits to consumption.


Let's discuss an ingredient that even Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was said to have used and prescribed: apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar (also referred to as ACV) is a type of vinegar made through the fermentation of apple cider. Specifically, it's made by crushing apples to squeeze out the juice. Bacteria and yeast are then added to the juice to start the alcoholic fermentation process, which turns the sugars into alcohol. Then, in a second fermentation process, the alcohol is converted into vinegar by acetic acid-forming bacteria.

Apple Cider Vinegar And Baking Soda Mixture Dissolve Kidney Stone Naturally

Kidney stones are relatively common and study indicates their incidence in the United States is increasing in both men and women, but most particularly in women. The reason for this increase is not known, but diet and lifestyle factors for this most probably.

Apple Cider Vinegar improves blood sugar regulation and speeds up weight loss

By Jockers: (NaturalNews) Historical evidence credits ancient Babylonians (5,000 B.C.) with creating vinegar or "sour wine" stemming from the French origin "vin airgre." The benefits were not overlooked by the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates, who historically used apple cider vinegar (ACV), or cider vinegar, to treat wounds and prescribed it as a tonic solution for a persistent cough. Studies have shown that apple cider vinegar has a profound ability to improve blood sugar regulation and speed up weight loss.

How to make apple cider vinegar, a natural remedy for many conditions

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) When purchasing apple cider vinegar (ACV), people are typically urged to buy something organic that also states "mother" on the label. No, it's not some indication of a family-made recipe, but rather a vital component that makes ACV so effective; mother of vinegar, or "the mother," is what gives the vinegar its distinct sour flavor as well as its beneficial antibacterial and antifungal properties.(1)

However, there's no need to rush to the local market to purchase a bottle.

Apple cider vinegar benefits hair, skin and teeth

By Ravensthorpe: (NaturalNews) Since the beginning of recorded history, apple cider vinegar has been used as an effective medicine to remedy a wide variety of ailments. The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, for instance, was known to treat his patients with apple cider vinegar and honey for serious digestive conditions. Christopher Columbus would store barrels of apple cider vinegar aboard his vessels to guard his sailors from scurvy. Even the feared samurai warriors of Japan often relied upon apple cider vinegar to maintain their strength and stamina.

Three power foods that can help treat sinus infections

By Ravensthorpe:(NaturalNews) A sinus infection, or sinusitis, is an inflammation of the lining of the sinuses that often leads to persistent runny noses, headaches, fevers and facial pains. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, more than 37 million Americans -- almost 12 percent of the United States population -- suffer from at least one episode of acute sinusitis annually, and that number seems to be growing due to increased environmental pollution, greater urban sprawl and a growing resistance to antibiotics.(1)