Apple cider vinegar, with a little honey, can detoxify the body of pollutants, unhealthy foods and unnatural elements absorbed through the skin, and Amber Roedel, in a recent Salt Lake Community College Globe article said that it contains more than 40 vitamins and minerals.
Results show that drinking apple cider vinegar (ACV) and honey everyday keeps you healthy.
The detoxifying elements found in apple cider vinegar have been proven to heal and cleanse.
Apple cider vinegar detoxifies the body of pollutants caused from the air we breathe, unnatural food consumed, and anything else unnatural that can be absorbed through the skin.
Apple cider vinegar contains over forty vitamins and minerals.
ACV releases toxins from the liver and has helped arthritis patients, people with high blood pressure, and skin conditions.
Other ailments helped by consuming apple cider vinegar high cholesterol, insomnia and fatigue, liver and kidney problems, asthma, weight loss and more.
After pharmaceuticals entered the world, people forgot about alternative healing methods that can cure aches and pains that we spend thousands of dollars on each year.
"I originally started drinking ACV for body detoxification," Mandy Brown said.
Brown has had a success with the natural cleaning drink since she began to drink ACV over two years ago.
"It doesn't taste that great at first, but I started to enjoy the taste after a couple of weeks," Brown added.
Put two to three tablespoons of ACV into a glass and dilute with water.
Honey helps digestion and also contains vitamins and enzymes.
Although honey adds to the healing, it is not necessary because ACV has its own healing properties.
Laurie Balcom has experienced her own miracles drinking apple cider vinegar and honey
Balcom experienced severe breakouts of eczema like symptoms on her feet for eleven years.
She expressed how painful it was to walk and to even put on a pair of shoes with her condition.
As her condition got worse she saw several doctors from disease doctors to dermatologists.
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