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Apple Cider Vinegar Uses

Anthony Gucciardi
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April 17th, 2012
Updated 11/01/2012 at 8:35 pm
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Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popularly used household remedies, effectively helping a wide range of conditions. Apple cider vinegar uses are vast – it is a great antiseptic and disinfectant, and it can be used both on the body as well as on items around the house. It is truly a wonderful product that every home should have, and best of all it is 100% natural (and oftentimes organic).

Apple Cider Vinegar Uses

Because apple cider vinegar is a more natural approach and is known to be safer and more effective than many mainstream medical treatments, many people seek its uses when it comes to common conditions like acne, colds, foot odor, and much more. In fact, apple cider vinegar is the one of the most well-known home remedies for acne on the planet. People prefer using this over over-the-counter food substance since it is not only cheap, but it is known to actually work. It also does not pose any side effects since it is made only from health-promoting ingredients.

In addition to the biological benefits of apple cider vinegar, apple cider vinegar uses also extend to household cleaning and disinfecting. While it is true that apple cider vinegar is like baking soda, which is known as a solution for ‘everything in the household’, apple cider vinegar may also extend beyond the range of baking soda due to its powerful and original properties — whether it’s around the home or as a salad dressing.

Studies show that it can help prevent certain serious health conditions like diabetes and high cholesterol. According to even mainstream medical website WebMd.com, there are about five serious conditions which apple cider vinegar can help with. These include high cholesterol, obesity, cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Because vinegar can seriously alter your sugar levels, apple cider vinegar is known to help prevent diabetes and aid in weight loss. Beyond these ailments, apple cider vinegar could also be a powerful cancer fighting substance. Laboratory tests have shown the potential of apple cider vinegar to kill cancer cells. Truly, apple cider vinegar could be one of the best products to have in your home.

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  • Gabbi

    This article needs further reseach. Apple Cider Vinegar is very effective in many ways, but can have ill effects. It’s edible, but if it’s not diluted, it can weaken tooth enamel and eat through mouth and throat tissue. Topically, if not diluted, it can also irritate skin for those who are sensitive to it.

    Overtime, it might compromise Potassium levels and lessen bone density. Diabetics should consult with their physicians if they’re taking it.

    Yes, apple cider vinegar is amazing, but to say it has no side effects ever is misleading and ill-informed. Just as you would with anything else, it’s best to be prudent and exercise caution and common sense. Do your own research know what you’re getting into.

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  • PeaceAndLove

    Thanks for this, apple cider vinegar is amazing and has many many uses including for your dogs skin.
    It relieves the symptoms of many kinds of skin conditions like mange, seborrheic dermatitis, mites, itchy red skin etc.
    Dilute the ACV 1 part to 8 parts water, soak/spray the fur/skin, towel dry excess moisture and allow to dry naturally. The smell disappears when dry and leaves the fur nice and shiny as well. Repeat this process daily for as long as needed. A fresh batch is needed daily as it won't keep once diluted so work out how much you need for a daily 'dose'.
    I work with dogs and have used this method on many different kinds of skin conditions and while it may not be a cure or replacement to vet advice, it certainly leaves doggies feeling much better and I have always noticed a clear improvement.
    Lots more info here: http://www.earthclinic.com/Pets/acvfordogs.html

  • Jennifer

    Think this needs editing. The first sentence in the last paragraph reads …Because vinegar can seriously alter your sugar levels, apple cider vinegar is known to help prevent diabetes and weight loss.

    Probably needs to read…aid in weight loss.

    • Anonymous

      I sure hope so…that sentence sure made me stop!

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    This is great information,I never knew that there were actual studies about the benefits of apple cider vinegar, thought it's just a old claim that my grandmother used to tell me all the time…thanks!:)

  • Mary

    Thanks!