The Miracle Cure?

Sep 24

The Miracle Cure?

While there’s debate on what’s true and what isn’t (as always in the nutritional/health field) there seems to be some general consensus that Apple Cider Vinegar is worthy of a second look.

Way back in 400 BC Hippocrates thought the two most important remedies were (natural, local) honey, and (organic, unfiltered) Apple Cider Vinegar.

According to “Buzzle.com”‘s article entitled “Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar“, pure, organic, unfiltered  vinegar contains a host of vitamins, beta-carotene, pectin and vital minerals such as potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, chlorine, sulphur, iron, and fluorine.  It also contains  malic acid which is very helpful in fighting fungal and bacterial infections. This acid dissolves uric acid deposits that form around joints, helping relieve joint pains. This dissolved uric acid is gradually eliminated from the body (via your now nicely functioning, non-fatty liver!)

It has also been reported to:

  • Balance high cholesterol
  • Cure skin conditions such as acne
  • Protect against food poisoning
  • Fight allergies in both humans and animals
  • Prevent muscle fatigue after exercise
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Increase stamina
  • Improve digestion and cure constipation
  • Alleviate symptoms of arthritis and gout
  • Prevents bladder stones and urinary tract infections

(HomeRemediesWeb.com)
Most importantly for us, it also apparently speeds up weight loss:  According to www.apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com it is said that

the nutrients, enzymes, and organic acids in apple cider vinegar cause weight reduction by acting as an appetite suppressant, by increasing your body’s metabolic rate, by reducing water retention, and by helping you maintain a feeling of well being.

What do you think – have you tried it? I quite like the flavour without all the sweetening and such. I drink it 3x a day. Even if all of the above is an old-wive’s-tale, taking it 3x a day is another way to get my water in, and that always makes me feel better.  I also really enjoy it on my salads.

Share your thoughts, comments and experiences below! I’m curious to hear what you’ve found.

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