Apple Cider Vinegar Is Magic In A Bottle

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How to Pick the Right Apple Cider Vinegar

Now, pay very close attention to this next part because you won’t gain any of the health benefits listed above if you buy the wrong kind of vinegar. You want raw, unfiltered apple cider with “the mother” included.

There is A LOT of cheap, filtered apple cider vinegar which is basically junk. Real, raw apple cider vinegar is unfiltered, cloudy and has a dusty sediment at the bottom called “the mother.” This is where all the beneficial microbes in apple cider vinegar reside. If this is filtered out, you’re only getting a fraction of the potential benefits.


Good Apple Cider Vinegar Checklist:

  • Has “The Mother” (this will be clearly indicated on the label)
  • Raw
  • Unfiltered
  • Unpasteurized
  • Organic
  • Comes in a glass bottle (plastic bottles may contain harmful BPAs)


Low Quality Apple Cider Vinegar Checklist:

  • Is clear with no sediment at all
  • Comes in cheap plastic bottles
  • Sells for as little as $1.

Good apple cider vinegar also costs a little more. Prices should start at about $4 for a 16 oz./365 ml bottle. Still, that’s mighty cheap when you consider the number of health benefits.


READ ALSO: 10 Surprising Uses for Vinegar


Thousands of years of folk remedies involving apple cider vinegar weren’t just invented out of nothing. Pick some up today and see if this doesn’t make a difference in your energy levels and overall health.


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One Comment

  1. Anto

    Aug 9, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    I just don’t like drinking it is all. I don’t like that acid on my teeth for one thing, my enamel’s already pretty worn after 69 years of chewin.