Apple cider vinegar is a popular ingredient for both its nutritious and culinary value. It has been used in folk medicine for digestive issues, wart removal, flu and cold remedies and much more. More »

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The apple cider vinegar diet involves adding apple cider vinegar to an otherwise healthy diet and is based on the premise that apple cider vinegar speeds up the body's ability to retrieve nutrients from and break down fa... More »

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Apple cider vinegar may help diabetics maintain their blood glucose levels by lowering the glycemic level of food in the digestive tract, WebMD reports. It also is used to boost the body's ability to fight off infection,... More »

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Apple cider vinegar is a natural at-home remedy that may help reduce acid reflux, according to apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com. This type of vinegar has many attributes, but as of 2014, no published medical research sup... More »

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Apple cider is chiefly made from apples. It differs from apple juice in that it isn't filtered to remove particles or sediment. A recipe from Food.com adds additional flavors by using 4 tablespoons each of cinnamon and a... More »

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Apple cider spoils after six to 30 days, depending on the presence of preservatives, such as potassium sorbate, that extend shelf life. Most commercially-produced cider products, except organic recipes, contain preservat... More »

Using a mixture of cider vinegar and honey has several health benefits such as promoting weight loss, relieving morning sickness and leg cramps, and fighting infections. Additionally, this mixture can be used for improvi... More »