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Nature’S Blood Thinner

Apple Cider Vinegar – Taking Action For Your Health

by: Kathy Deane

herbs in a jarApple cider vinegar is nature’s own blood thinner which aids in the prevention of high blood pressure.
Apple cider vinegar is produced from cider or apple must (crushed and aged apples). Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a natural bacteria fighter that contains minerals and trace elements such as magnesium, phosphorous, chlorine, sodium, sulfur, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, silicon and fluorine.
Vinegar has been used to cure and prevent a variety of ailments for centuries. As early as the time of Hippocrates, considered by many to be the father of medicine, vinegar was used to treat patients.  This wonder food is said to help with weight loss, acne, acid reflux, , cholesterol, constipation and heartburn and can even help fight diseases such as osteopoerosis, , cancer, memory problems and aging.

Apples are one of the most nutritious, health-giving foods available, containing a host of vitamins and minerals like pectin, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, phosphorous and potassium in addition to enzymes and amino acids. Apples are the main ingredient in apple cider vinegar.
Apple cider vinegar detoxifies and purifies various organs in the body. As a purifier, it breaks down fatty, mucous and phlegm deposits within the body. By breaking down these substances, it improves the health and function of organs such as the kidneys, bladder and liver.  It oxidizes the blood, reducing the risk of high blood pressure, and neutralizes any toxic substance or harmful bacteria that enters the body by ingesting certain foods. Apple cider vinegar promotes healthy digestion, assimilation and elimination.

Research has proven that apple cider vinegar can assist in strengthening the heart, stabilizing blood sugar and reducing the risk of certain cancers. It flushes harmful toxins from your body and assists in weight control.

Try drinking two to six teaspoons of apple cider vinegar with water every day. It can also be used in cooking or sprinkled on salads, vegetables, etc. You can drink it as a hot or cold beverage and sweeten it with honey.

Braggs Vinegar is my favorite and Dr. Braggs books can be found online to tell your more.

Articles by Kathy Deane

Kathy Deane Health Educator & Nutritional Consultant. for 30 years holds her DNM Doctorate in Natural Medicine, RHP Registered Herbal Practitioner & RNP Registered Naturotherapy Practitioner and is a FITness Coach. Kathy specializes in helping people meet HEALTHY LIFESTYLE GOALS using DIET, EXERCISE, HERBAL & VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTATION. Education is my love states Deane. CORRESPONDENCE PROGRAMS are AVAILABLE IN 36 COUNTRIES. FREE LIFESTYLE ANALYSIS @

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