What are the benefits of apple cider vinegar?
In an effort to make more and better food and feed billions of people, something has gone awry. The food we eat is processed or genetically modified—or pumped so full of antibiotics and pesticides—I mean… are we trying to poison ourselves?
There’s something wrong with our way of thinking when something as pure and natural as Apple Cider Vinegar is considered an “out of the box” remedy—when in fact it’s just a good old simple common-sense way to promote overall health and well-being!
So why do some people find it hard to believe that one simple food can do so much good?
Partly because we’re conditioned to believe that natural cures don’t work, and that we have to put our faith in dangerous pharmaceuticals to find relief.
Now if that’s not “out of the box,” I don’t know what is! How often has the next big drug been fast-tracked through the FDA and fed to millions of trusting people expecting to be cured…
Only to discover that the medicine they were taking was making them sicker—even killing them?
But as soon as you understand the “business of medicine” it all becomes crystal clear: Conventional medicine is about treating your symptoms—not preventing illness.
Mother Nature, on the other hand, is all about handing you just what you need
Natural Apple Cider Vinegar is proven to
promote your well-being, stop hair loss, treat a bladder infection, alleviate allergies, reduce varicose veins, lower your blood pressure or soothe a sore throat is so simple—you only have ONE rule to follow…
Dilute, dilute and dilute. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
It is highly acidic—so it’s always best to mix it with water. If a particular remedy calls for two teaspoons of ACV to be ingested—stir it into a glass of water—because drinking ACV straight may damage tooth enamel. Or burn going down the hatch.
It does taste a little sour, but I’ll tell you… it’s much easier to drink to your health than deal with the long list of downright scary side effects you’ll hear on the TV drug commercials—the ones that make you wonder if it’s safer just to stay sick!
You owe it to yourself to take care of your body.