As of 2015, there is no conclusive evidence that people can use apple cider vinegar as a shingles treatment. However, Everyday Health suggests using apple cider vinegar for shingles because it prevents skin irritation by... More »

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Apple cider vinegar helps with controlling diabetes and blood sugar levels, according to WebMD. Cider vinegar's antiglycemic effect is similar to certain medications that control blood sugar in that it blocks some starch... More »

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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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As of 2015, there is no credible medical evidence that apple cider vinegar is an effective treatment for gout. Scientifically proven treatments for gout include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, colchicine and cortic... More »

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Bragg's apple cider vinegar is an unrefined apple cider vinegar that has not been pasteurized. The vinegar still contains the mother, the bacteria and yeast that are responsible for fermentation. More »

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An apple cider vinegar detox promotes healing as it kills pathogenic microbes, and it improves major body systems such as the lymphatic drainage, cardiovascular stimulation, bowel motility and metabolism, according to Dr... More »

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According to WebMD, as of 2014 there is no evidence indicating that apple cider vinegar burns fat. WebMD describes a vinegar study done with mice but warns that it is not appropriate to generalize the research results to... More »

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