Apple Cider Vinegar Nutrition

You guys remember the old saying, “An apple a day…” well, seems there is a lot of truth in this statement.

But you know what?

There’s countless ways to keep the Doctor’s visits down to a minimum. Most all revolve around eating fresh fruits and veggies, or juicing them.

Good, solid Nutrition coming in the form of the product we feed our bodies with.

Apple Cider Vinegar, although a byproduct of the apple, supplies us with many beneficial properties in regards to keeping and maintaining good health.

Let’s look at just a few…

Sore Throat: You can mix some apple cider vinegar with warm water and gargle. I prefer gargling with it straight.

Insect Bites: Applying ACV on the bites with Q-tips, it will take the itch away. Kathrine loves ammonia for ant bites, to keep them from festering up. Thought I’d just throw that in there.

High Cholesterol: There seems to be evidence that ACV helps in lowering cholesterol.

Diabetes: One of the more promising attributes of ACV is its ability to lower glucose levels.

Heart Health: ACV is thought to aid in lowering blood pressure.

Athletes Feet: ACV is a good anti-fungal, and applying to the area or areas affected. Sensitive skin, or using on children, it would probably be a good idea to dilute it in a little water.

Nutritional Value in 1 oz. of Apple Cider Vinegar

Nutritional Value of Apple Cider Vinegar

Nutritional Value of Apple Cider Vinegar

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