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Apple Cider Vinegar

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    An increasingly popular addition to kitchen cupboards and bathroom cabinets alike, buzz product apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apples. 

     

    Its key ingredient is acetic acid, something that is also present in other vinegars.

     

    Long used in cookery, people have also believed for many years that apple cider vinegar has uses in other areas too. 

     

    Apple cider vinegar is a particularly popular ingredient in homemade skin and haircare products.

    Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented, pressed apples. In some cases this vinegar is then filtered, producing the clear, clean looking vinegar you are likely to find on supermarket shelves.

     

    If left unfiltered, apple cider vinegar forms a cloudy layer of yeast and bacteria called ‘The Mother’. 

     

    It does not look very promising, but this is the stuff that people believe makes apple cider vinegar useful for more than just salad dressings. 

     

    It is also why organic apple cider vinegar with mother, such as Braggs apple cider vinegar, for example, tends to be preferred for anything other than everyday cookery.

    One common claim about apple cider vinegar is that it can aid weight loss. 

     

    There is some evidence that apple cider vinegar weight loss diets may have some credibility, but the effects (as well as the evidence) appear to be pretty limited.

    Some people drink apple cider vinegar for its perceived health benefits; however this is not recommended. 

     

    While it is theoretically safe to consume, apple cider vinegar is extremely acidic meaning it can erode tooth enamel and cause uncomfortable acid reflux.

     

    If you do wish to drink apple cider vinegar, it is best to dilute it well, creating a more pleasant tasting apple cider vinegar drink that is a little more tooth-safe too.

    Plenty of people are using apple cider vinegar on face, body and hair. It is often blended into face masks and as a natural astringent, it can safely replace your toner as part of a natural beauty regime – just be sure to patch test first.

     

    Create a simple apple cider vinegar hair rinse by simply diluting with water and rinsing your hair after your usual wash.

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