reduces inflammation in the gut
supports healthy alkaline pH levels
eliminates acid reflux
acts as a natural antibiotic
eases digestive issues
supports weight loss
improves heart health
lowers blood pressure
reduces high cholesterol levels
eliminates candida overgrowth that causes yeast infections
slows the aging process
treats athlete’s foot
Ingestion of raw, organic, unfiltered ACV ‘with the mother’ meaning containing enzymes, proteins, and probiotics, dozens of minerals, amino acids, acetic acid, potassium, and beta carotene promotes wellness and relief from a myriad of maladies like those listed above.
ACV contains B1, B12, A, and E, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and other nutrients.
Because of its acetic acids, ACV creates an environment where probiotics or the good bacteria and enzymes can thrive and survive. It’s antibiotic, anti-fungal, antiseptic properties can naturally alkalize the body and is believed to help to prevent cancer.
ACV aids in detoxification of the body, specifically the liver by helping improve the filtration system which in turn helps the circulatory system, boosting energy and improving the blood and skin. One dose of ACV and water will be break up mucus while cleansing the lymph nodes and improving the immune system.
Digestive issues, bloating, heartburn, and gas can be curbed by taking this simple daily recipe:
Daily ACV Health Drink
1-2 tablespoons of ACV
8oz. glass of filtered water
Add Manuka honey or maple syrup if you cannot tolerate the taste of ACV.
This recipe may be taken 1-3 times daily in the morning, mid-morning, and mid-afternoon.
ACV adds just the right level of acetic and lactic acids to the gut to relieve these uncomfortable issues. An acid-alkaline balance enhances the body’s natural pH for maximum efficiency.
Keeping the body more alkaline will keep energy levels up and immunity high.
Digestion can be enhanced by eliminating or reducing foods that are simple carbohydrates and highly acidic. Chronic inflammation begins in the gut and is triggered not only by simple carbohydrates, but also by proteins and grains high in gluten. Omega 6 fats such as sunflower and safflower oils that have been heated and oxidized and used in snack foods such as potato chips, create inflammation.
Alcohol, refined sugar, brown sugar, glucose, fruit concentrates, soft drinks, milk products, and candy produce a high acidic level in the digestive tract.
However, eating coconut sugar, dates, honey, sprouted grains, fermented foods like sauerkraut, herbs such as fennel, ginger, turmeric, and licorice root aid in reducing inflammation in the body.
Consuming more sour and fermented foods produces more alkalinity in the body.
Eat more sour and less sweet.
Holistic healers recommend this ACV recipe for Sinusitis.
This recipe is not a substitute for your medical doctor’s advise.
Always see your doctor for any sinus discomfort.
ACV for Sinusitis
1/4 cup ACV
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
1/2 cup water
Pour the boiling water into your favorite mug. Add ACV. Stir in cayenne pepper and honey. Then add lemon juice. Add some grated ginger and turmeric.
This tonic helps clear mucus to enhance breathing and may possibly keep the infection from becoming chronic. Capsaicin in the cayenne pepper reduces inflammation. Honey and lemon add anti-bacterial properties and a boost of vitamin C to help curb infection. Ginger and turmeric additionally aid in reducing inflammation in the nasal passages.
Now that you know the power of ACV, use it daily for wellness support.
Writer’s suggestion: Use Bragg Organic – Raw – Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar with the ‘Mother’ – Unpasteurized and Naturally Gluten-Free.