Many uses of Apple Cider Vinegar

      In this blog, I review some of the applications of apple cider vinegar. .... Apple Cider Vinegar has natural ingredients, and is essentially apple juice with  yeast added to it. The yeast ferment alcohol,  and then, bacteria convert the alcohol into acetic acid.

      When concentrated, Apple Cider Vinegar  is turned into a supplement which supports digestion. Many bacteria grow in a range of pH  from 5.5–9.0. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar has a pH of about 5, and can disrupt the cell structure of bacteria. For this reason, Apple Cider Vinegar can be an antibiotic and antifungal .

        Taking apple cider vinegar may also provide benefits related to skin, cholesterol, and the immune system, due to its pH and its ability to target bacteria. Plus, apple cider vinegar is a good source of polyphenols, which are antioxidants.

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