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What is apple cider vinegar?

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Apple cider vinegar is the natural product of fermenting crushed apples. Vinegar has been used as a health tonic for thousands of years for many different ailments.

From: Apple Cider Vinegar WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: Hill, L. , July 2005; vol 105: pp 1141-1144. Johnston, C. and Gaas, C. , 2006; vol 8. Korkmaz, A. , January/February, 2000; vol 17: pp 34-36. Ostman, E. 2005; vol 59: pp 983-88. University of Texas M.D. Andersen Cancer Center: “Complementary/Integrative Medicine Therapies: Apple Cider Vinegar.” White, A. and Johnston, C. , November, 2007; vol 30: pp 2814-2815.





Journal of the American Dietetic AssociationMedscape General MedicinePediatric DermatologyEuropean Journal of Clinical Nutrition,Diabetes Care

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Apple Cider Vinegar."

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on November 12, 2018

SOURCES: Hill, L. , July 2005; vol 105: pp 1141-1144. Johnston, C. and Gaas, C. , 2006; vol 8. Korkmaz, A. , January/February, 2000; vol 17: pp 34-36. Ostman, E. 2005; vol 59: pp 983-88. University of Texas M.D. Andersen Cancer Center: “Complementary/Integrative Medicine Therapies: Apple Cider Vinegar.” White, A. and Johnston, C. , November, 2007; vol 30: pp 2814-2815.





Journal of the American Dietetic AssociationMedscape General MedicinePediatric DermatologyEuropean Journal of Clinical Nutrition,Diabetes Care

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Apple Cider Vinegar."

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on November 12, 2018

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