Cider vinegar can benefit you
Cider vinegar is made from apples. The old adage says that "an apple a day keeps the doctor away".
The Cider Mill, 1880
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So often what we term as "Old Wives Tales" have much more than an element of truth in them. Modern research is confirmiing that many of these sage pieces of advice are actually good sense.
Exactly why is cider vinegar beneficial for health? How can using it make you feel better?
What are the health benefits? In this article guest writer Ted Collins will tell you about some of the science that backs up the adage:
Health Secrets of Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has been used for thousands of yearsfor a variety of healing purposes. In fact, there are references to it in the Bible as a powerful healing agent. ACV contains a perfect balance of 19 vital minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, chlorine, sodium, iron, fluorine and silicon to name a few. In addition to the minerals, it also contains 93 different healthy components thatcan even help your body regulate blood pressure and support your immune system.
It also acts as a natural germ fighter as well as a powerful cleansing agent. ACV also has some great external benefits as well. Not only does it maintain healthy skin, it also soothes sunburn and prevents dandruff.
Researchers claim it can prevent baldness if used as a topical solution as opposed to being ingested. One of the most sought after qualities of ACV today are for it's weight loss properties. Studies have shown that the nutrients, enzymes, and organic acids found in ACV act as a weight loss component by safely suppressing the appetite and increasing the body's metabolic rate.
There are some weight loss suppliers that have formulated an all natural weight loss supplement that contains a careful mixture of ACV that can be taken daily.
About the author:Ted is an accomplished Marketer with more than 12 years of Market Research, Trends, and Lifecycle Product Development experience in the telecommunication industry. He holds a BBA inMarketing from Kennesaw State University. He is currently the President of Business Consultants Group, Inc.
Thanks for that Ted, it's well worth looking at the benefits of cider vinegar. It's a natural product so will not harm you, however, if you have any doubts at all then be sure to consult your own physician.
Maybe you've tried all the different brands of cider vinegar, but have you ever thought about making your own?
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