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Friday, 11 September 2015
Apple Cider Vinegar- It's medicinal Properties
Apple Cider Vinegar: A Natural Supplement for Health
experts recommend the use of raw, unpasteurized, unheated, apple cider vinegar
as an important dietary ingredient. It reduces common infections, aids
whelping, improves stamina, prevents muscle fatigue after exercise, increases
resistance to disease and protects against food poisoning”.
Apple Cider vinegar
is very rich in vital supplements such as vitamins, minerals and trace elements
which are abundantly found in apples, such as potassium which normalizes acid
levels [pH] in the stomach, improves digestion and the assimilation of
nutrients, reduces intestinal and faecal odours, helps cure constipation, reduce
some of the symptoms of arthritis and helps prevent bladder stones and urinary
Apple Cider vinegar
also contains Boron, a mineral which is necessary for all life. Deficiency of
Boron in humans can cause bone rickets ( rough and deshaped).Without boron,
calcium cannot form and maintain strong and healthy bones as both combine to
give strength to the bone and aid in their formation. Boron affects steroid
hormones release in the human body. It regulates their use, and determines the
duration for which they should be retained in the body which is utmost
critical..Blood and tissue levels of several steroid hormones (such as estrogen
and testosterone) increase dramatically in the presence of boron. Both of these
are needed to complete the calcium-to-bone growth cycle. This bond between
these ingredients namely hormones, boron, and calcium is the main basis on which estrogen replacement treatment for
osteoporosis is so successful.
Apple cider vinegar
should be made from fresh, crushed preferably green apples which are found in
upper reaches and freshly grown for the purpose of vining. These are then
matured in wooden casks and the vinegar thus obtained is amber in colour with
the semi solid content at the bottom which is the "mother. Standardised variants
of vinegar contain approximately 4 to 7 percent acetic acid, which is
responsible for the way vinegar tastes and smells..
A leading research
and health practitioner, in his own research has pointed out that apple cider
vinegar lowers blood’s natural alkalinity, and getting it to be in it’s healthy
acid state, with the ideal pH balance, which discourages bacteria and is less
likely to grow yeast and fungus.The acidic qualities of ACV help break down
protein, in the digestive system, for absorption into the bloodstream.
ACV is very
effective in detoxification of the body. It purifies, breaks down fatty, mucous
and phlegm deposits within the body thus aiding in protecting all organs where
it is likely that fat deposits and toxic deposits shall accumulate such as the
kidney and liver.
Apple cider Vinegar helps extract calcium from fruits,
vegetables and meat, helping in good bone and skeletal health of the human
body. It also possesses huge amounts of Potassium which is necessary for the
replacement of worn-out tissues of the human body apart from helping healing of
soft tissues.Potassium deficiency can cause many ailments such as hair loss,
weak finger nails, brittle teeth, sinusitis, weakness, prone to infections etc.
The beta-carotene in Apple cider controls damage caused by free radicals,
helping in the skin to keep firm and radiant. This beta-carotene within apple
cider Vinegar is said to be in a natural and easy to digest form.
There are no known side-effects of ACV if used in recommended dosage as it has been consumed by humans from generations. People with high creatinine levels in the kidney or with kidney disease should however avoid using ACV.Pregnant or lactating women should also avoid ACV. or take the opinion of their medical advisor.
Vinegars and Acetic Acid Bacteria. International
Symposium; May, 2005;