Vinegar is not bad or unhealthy to drink. According to HowStuffWorks, drinking apple cider vinegar can help control blood sugar in diabetics and increase nutrient absorption. However, vinegar needs to be diluted with wat... More »

Drinking vinegar after a meal can aid in digestion, according to WebMD, but the strong acid can harm the esophagus and tooth enamel. For best results, drink only 1 or 2 tablespoons of natural, unfiltered apple cider vine... More »

Drinking apple cider vinegar may lower blood sugar levels and help with weight loss by increasing feelings of fullness, which leads to the intake of fewer calories. Although it has not been proven that apple cider vinega... More »

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Vinegar aids in keeping blood sugar levels normal, removing harmful residues from produce, improving calcium absorption levels and losing weight, according to HowStuffWorks. Honey can help to reduce the symptoms of aller... More »

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According to the American Heart Association, eggs are not bad for healthy individuals. They are high in protein, vitamins and minerals, and they contain disease-fighting nutrients such as zeaxanthin and lutein. Eggs prov... More »

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According to University of California's BerkleyWellness.com, cheese is not inherently bad for you. When eaten in moderation, cheese has multiple health benefits. These benefits include high levels of calcium, which help ... More »

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Honey is nutritious and has beneficial antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. It contains phytonutrients such as phenylethyl dimethylcaffeate, caffeic acid methyl caffeate and phenylethyl caffeate, which posses antitu... More »

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