Home remedies are great. Using natural ingredients that can heal our bodies the right way over time, rather than causing chemical dependencies or other significant health issues is always preferable. Fruits, vegetables, herbs, and oils can make us feel much better and many times without unwanted side effects of pharmaceuticals.
One great example of this is Apple Cider Vinegar. It’s used to combat acid reflux, lower cholesterol and blood sugar, suppress the appetite, and even does wonders for the skin.
Raw unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar should contain “the mother,” a mixture of beneficial bacteria that many believe is what actually gives this fermented liquid its kick. This popular multi-faceted remedy is made by crushing apples, extracting the juice, and adding bacteria and yeast to move along the fermentation process. It’s high in potassium and iron as well as two important acids—folic and acetic.
However, it’s not the “end-all, be-all” of home remedies. In fact, depending on your personal physical condition, Apple Cider Vinegar might actually be more detrimental than beneficial. Be careful using this home remedy if meet these qualifications:
Pregnant or Nursing Mother
Have Already Gone Through Menopause
Suffer from Diabetes
Take Certain Medications
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