We did some digging around and found some valid, science-backed benefits to apple cider vinegar that are worth sharing. In fact, research shows that vinegars contain antioxidants, which slow premature aging and reduce the risk of cancer, for example. – Dr. Oz
Many people are quick to classify the medicinal benefits of vinegar as an “ancient folk remedy.” However, much medical research has been published that demonstrates the effectiveness of vinegar in alleviating many health conditions – including obesity, high blood pressure and others.
The most popular type of vinegar is known as apple cider vinegar. As the name implies, cider vinegar is a type of vinegar made from the cider of apples. More specifically, apple cider vinegar is made by crushing apples and squeezing the liquid contents. Common uses for apple cider vinegar include: food preservatives, marinades, vinaigrettes and chutneys (an Indian side dish).
To manufacture apple cider vinegar, yeast and bacteria is added to the liquid squeezed from a batch of apples. This initiates the fermentation process, in which the sugars are turned into alcohol. The product is then converted into vinegar via healthy acid-forming bacteria – it is this process that gives vinegar its sour taste.
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