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Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is made with fermented apples. It has many uses, including condiments, salad dressings, marinades, and pickling liquids.

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Asked by Dane Bernhard in Health, Apple Cider Vinegar

   

How much apple cider vinegar should you drink a day?

   
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   First, I should say that there's not a whole lot of research about the benefits of apple cider vinegar, and drinking too much can cause the enamel in your teeth to erode. There's no official recommended dose—definitely talk to your doctor if you're looking to drink apple cider vinegar to treat a condition. However, apple cider vinegar also has a long history of being a home remedy, and there is some scientific evidence that it might be beneficial to your general health. The typical dose of apple cider vinegar is 1-2 tablespoons mixed with a glass of water. You can drink the mixture before or after a meal.

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Can you use apple-cider vinegar as a eye wash?

   

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Can apple cider vinegar pills cause hives?

   
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   no unless you are allergic bye bye balls balls

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What are the benefits of apple cider vinegar?

   
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   The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (when mixed with a glass of water before each meal) burns the fat. It also acts as a natural antibiotic; it helps with digestion, arthritis, and sore throats; it lowers cholesterol; it keeps your skin healthy; it prevents dandruff; and soothes sunburn, shingles, aching muscles, etc. Apple cider (Or any red based vinegar) also acts as a remedy for heart burn, due to it's acidity compounds, it neutralizes the acid imbalance and will relieve one from Heart burn(Acid reflux) in about 15/20 seconds.

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What is the difference between apple cider vinegar and white vinegar?

   
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   apple cider tastes like apple and white vinegar looks white and vinegar looks like vinegar.

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Does apple cider vinegar have any real health benefits?

   
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   == == I am a very big advocate of apple cider vinegar! There is so much out there about the uses of organic apple cider vinegar, and with me being a person who is green friendly I use as many products as I can to promote healthy living. Also it helps to flush toxins and makes your skin beautiful by removing the dark circles from under the eyes. Just be careful not to take it straight from the bottle! Dilute it or else it could burn your stomach like taco bell at three am can. They make tablets that you can take but some people find them difficult to swallow. ACV can be found in tablet form in the vitamin section of most pharmacies or health food shops, and some department stores (possibly Wal*Mart, Costco, etc). In researching for a kidney stone treatment, I found that Calcium Oxalate crystals (one form of kidney stone) caused by unhealthy diet change: too much fluoride (brushing teeth with tooth paste every hour or so after each snak), too many peanuts, and too much chocolate--could be
   dissolved naturally by a number of treatment methods including ACV, lemon juice & olive oil, banaba leaf extract, eating pickles, alfalfa with lime juice, and more. CT scans showed a 2 cm stone in each kidney. Gas in gastrointestinal tract put pressure all through the abdomen that caused kidney tissues to be compressed against both stones causing huge pain / damage. Hospital doctors gave two prescriptions--one for pain, and another for widening the urinary flow pathway. Pharmacist said they would fill my prescriptions right away, but instead took about 45 minutes chatting with one particular "potential customer," all the while kidney stone pain returned with a vengeance. Pharmacist did not know of anything to take for kidney stones, but had heard that some people tried some risky substances and got no better. Both the hospital doctors and the pharmacist recommended just drinking a lot of water, and letting the stones painfully pass out during urination. After getting on the internet, the
   answers came quickly--first a whole bunch of web sites trying to sell a book about the topic, then later a web blog site where people pooled their experiences with treatments... Using a lot of lemon juice, olive oil, ACV tablets, eating pickles, and a day or so later, voila, no stones at all, no pain, and only minute chunk of one of the stones passed through the bladder into a fine meshed strainer given by the doctor at the hospital. The strainer was supposed to filter out the stone material, and this could then be analyzed by a lab to determine the exact cause of the stones. However, recent unhealthy diet change indicated that it was the cause--no need to get an analysis done. While some people like an alkali diet, this resulted with poor amounts of stomach acid (stomach upset due to gas), and not digesting food properly, and also forming kidney stones. This illustrates the need to strike a proper balance in diet with the kinds of food / drink that are needed. I am taking a tablespoon of
   apple cider vinegar everyday in the morning in liquid form. This liquid has been professed to increase metabolism, decrease water retention, suppress the appetite, lower blood pressure and control cholesterol levels. There have been several studies done regarding weight loss and they all seem to agree that apple cider vinegar is an effective aid for weight loss. It is quite rich in minerals, vitamins and enzymes. I just read that taking it in liquid form may damage tooth enamel so I will probably purchase some pills for the future. I figure I need all the help I can get, so as long as it is OK with my doctor I may as well utilize it.

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What is the scientific name for apple cider vinegar?

   
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   Acetic acid. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acetic_acid

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Does apple cider vinegar have alcohol in it?

   
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   Most likely in trace amounts, yes. To make apple cider vinegar, you start with apple juice. Yeast is added to the juice, which transforms the sugars in the juice to alcohol. During this time, care is taken to ensure that no oxygen is able to get to the "must".If it is allowed to completely ferment, nearly all (but unlikely completely all) off the sugarsa will be gone from the juice. At this point you have "Hard" cider (or just cider if you live outside the USA). At this point, the airlocks are removed and a bacteria is introduced (or allowed to self-introduce) to the cider. This bacteria turns the alcohol into acedic acid- which is the stuff that gives vinegar its strong taste and smell. It is unlikely that there would be a complete transformation of all the alcohol, so yes there is most likely alcohol in the vinegar. However, it is in amounts so small as to be nearly impossible to detect.

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Benefits of apple cider vinegar?

   
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   Apple Cider Vinegar is very beneficial because it is like a natural antibiotic, it helps with digestion, arthritis, sore throats, lowers cholesterol, keeps your skin healthy, dandruff prevention, soothes sunburn, shingles, aching muscles, etc.

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Can you use apple cider vinegar to dye Easter eggs?

   
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   yes

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Does only the organic apple cider vinegar have health benefits?

   
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   not really but if you put it in your hair then rinse it out it will remove dandruff

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Is better for you distilled or apple cider vinegar?

   
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   Apple cider vinegar is less processed (more whole) and therefore more healthful. I have heard that there is evidence that white distilled vinegar (acetic acid) is a carcinogen and apple cider vinegar (malic acid) is better for you because your body already makes it as part of your digestive juices.

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Will Apple cider vinegar kill stomach virus?

   
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   yes

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Is it possible to be allergic to Apple Cider Vinegar?

   
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   I've been told that I'm allergic to vinegar. Any thing I eat that contains vinegar (including ketchup and mustard) cause my face and head to sweat for several minutes after I've finished eating. If i use a vinaigrette dressings on a salad I'm dripping sweat from my earloabs and down the back of my neck. No one I've spoken to has ever heard of this.

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How much weight can you lose with Apple Cider Vinegar?

   
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   What studies show is that 2tsp of acv in 8oz of water taken before meals without any other change in routine may reduce weight by up to about 1lb a day, add exercise and expect more.

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What can you use in place of apple cider vinegar in cooking?

   
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   Well really nothing without throwing off the taste.

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Can you substitute balsamic vinegar for cider vinegar?

   
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   You cannot usually substitute balsamic vinegar for cider vinegar. The flavor profiles are quite different. However the chemical properties are similar, so the actual answer depends on the particular situation.

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Do you have to refrigerate unpasteurized apple cider vinegar?

   
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   Of course. Just like any other fruit juice product with no preservatives, it spoils easily outside of a refridgerator.

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What is the PH of Apple Cider Vinegar?

   
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   Commercial Cider Vinegar will vary but you could use something like 2.5 as a benchmark

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What is the density of apple cider vinegar?

   
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   The density of apple cider vinegar is 1.01 per milliliter

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How do you prevent tooth sensitivity when drinking 2 tbs of apple cider vinegar with 8oz of water 3 times a day?

   
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   We can prevent tooth sensitivity when drinking 2 tbs of apple cider vinegar with 8oz of water 3 times a day?..... by drinking it from a straw.

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What are the health benefits of apple cider vinegar?

   
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   It can help restore the natural pH of the body. Through modern diets our digestive systems can become very acidic. By ingesting Apple Cider Vinegar, we can help our body become more alkaline. Disease finds it difficult to thrive in an alkaline system. There are many publications on the health benefits of drinking apple cider vinegar and its medicinal uses.

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Can you use apple cider vinegar instead of white vinegar when washing vegetables?

   
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   But of course, yes.

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Does braggs apple cider vinegar spoil?

   
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   yes it does. but it takes several yrs.i bought a bottle the other day to lose weight on. and saw the printed date it was made. and the spoil date. the date it was made was April 13th 2008 and the use by date was aug 17th 2013... so theres your answer. but it should be on every bottle anyway.

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Can apple cider vinegar cause gout?

   
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   No as a matter of fact some people claim that they get relief from it.
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