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4 Powerful Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

4 Powerful Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, or so they say. But what about Apple Cider Vinegar?

In recent years, Apple Cider Vinegar has gained popularity in the health and wellness world. However, this amazing health tonic has been used for thousands of years for its health benefits across the world and cultures, with even a historical nod and reference to Julius Caesar drinking a fermented apple cider drink called ‘posca’ in ancient Roman times.

What is Apple Cider Vinegar?

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is essentially a fermented apple juice. It’s made with crushed apples, and then set out to ferment so that its natural sugars convert to alcohol and is fermented twice. The fermentation adds a load of health benefits, and today, we’re going to explore a few of those perks.

1.- Aids in digestion

Apple Cider Vinegar has long been a favorite natural aperitif or digestif for meals. No, truly! It’s a health practice for many to take ACV before or after a meal as a digestion aid because it speeds up the metabolism, helps in mineral absorption, relieves any constipation, and promotes a healthy gut flora.

2.- Helps with allergies, naturally

ACV has been a go-to natural allergy fighter for many because of how effective it can be in reducing allergies. It clears sinuses by reducing the inflammation in the body and reduces mucus buildup. It also boosts your immune system, which can strengthen your anti-inflammatory response to allergies when they attack your system. It’s a great natural alternative to other allergy medicine.

3.- Fights acid reflux

There is nothing worse than feeling that dreaded heart burn come on. Acid reflux is often the cause of too little acid in the stomach. By supplementing with a small amount of Apple Cider Vinegar with onset of heart burn, the acid from the vinegar can be the perfect natural remedy for acid reflex issues.

4.- Enhances Beauty

ACV is highly anti-inflammatory, and this is going to have a direct effect on your skin and hair health. Many skin issues are caused by inflammation, so by naturally reducing inflammation in the body with ACV, skin problems are often improved when inflammation is reduced.

It also has a high acidity which can help in balancing your pH level. A balanced pH level will make your hair shiny, strong, and smooth, and could even promote hair growth.

 

How do you take Apple Cider Vinegar?

It’s recommended that no more than 1-2 tablespoons a day of Apple Cider Vinegar be consumed, and in addition, it is also recommended to dilute ACV with water or another beverage.

You can also get more creative by using Apple Cider Vinegar as an ingredient in several cooking recipes! Some ideas could include:

Apple Cider Vinegar adds a delicious flavor and acidity to recipes and food.

 

Quality Matters

The quality of Apple Cider Vinegar is important as well when looking for a good brand. Shopping for organic, unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar can ensure high-quality and trusted ingredients. A trusted brand and label like Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar means quality and integrity in the product because of its longstanding business for over 120 years. It has been a beloved pantry and medicine cabinet staple since 1912. At California Ranch Market, we are proud to carry this tried-and-true Apple Cider Vinegar.

Visit California Ranch Market get your bottle of Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar so you can begin experiencing ACV’s powerful (and ancient) health benefits today!

Disclaimer

***Talk to your doctor before adding ACV to your diet or consuming larger doses for medical purposes. It may not be suitable for certain people due to its potential to interact with some medications.***

This blog does not provide medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. It is in no way a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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