Apple Cider Vinegar The Miracle Result Comes with!

Some media outlets are promoting apple cider vinegar as a miracle cure. Wishful thinking, unfortunately. Miracle cures are rare. That being said, there is some research that supports the use of apple cider vinegar in certain conditions. So, let’s dive deep into the (albeit limited) science of this aromatic liquid.

What is Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)?
Vinegar can be made from a variety of fermentable carbohydrates, such as grapes, berries, rice, and apples. During fermentation, yeast converts food sugars into alcohol. If acetic acid bacteria (acetobacter) are present, the alcohol turns into acetic acid.

Many commercial vinegars are made by rapid fermentation. Slower, more natural methods produce slime, which consists of yeast and bacteria that can be seen at the bottom of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar. Yes, it sounds gross, but it could be good for you. (See also The 5 Best Healthy Drinks.)

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