11 reasons to drink apple cider vinegar daily

I have used apple cider vinegar for various health issues many times in the past – and I can attest that it really works. Just be sure to research your specific ailment before you try it to make sure there are plenty of testimonials to back up its effectiveness.

While it’s an amazing remedy, it won’t work for everything. And a good thing that is because the taste is truly awful!


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You’ve probably heard the claims.  But even if you are aware of all that apple cider vinegar has to offer, you might find it hard to believe that just one food can offer so many benefits. Surprisingly (or maybe not), it’s true.  Drinking apple cider vinegar daily is a surefire 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 that are responsible for the majority of its health benefits (and there are many)  The following are 11 reasons you should start drinking a modest amount of ACV every day.

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.

1. It will help your body maintain a healthy alkaline pH level

Most of us tend to be more acidic than alkaline. One of the first steps toward better health is a body that’s more alkaline. As the acid-alkaline balance is essential, with so many bodily functions occurring only at a certain level of acidity or alkalinity, the body is constantly striving to achieve a state of equilibrium. Just a small change in pH can have a profound effect on body functioning.

Learn about this and the other 10 reasons to use ACV…

Source: Natural Living Ideas – Ideas To Live A Healthier, More Natural Life

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