In order to cure a cold with Braggs apple cider vinegar, a person should simply buy the apple cider vinegar and drink it, says WebMD. Apple cider vinegar has long been used as a remedy for colds, the flu, warts, sore throats and other health benefits though none of these benefits have been scientifically proven reminds WebMD.Know More
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Bragg's apple cider vinegar is an unrefined apple cider vinegar that has not been pasteurized. The vinegar still contains the mother, the bacteria and yeast that are responsible for fermentation.Full Answer >
The apple cider vinegar diet involves adding apple cider vinegar to an otherwise healthy diet and is based on the premise that apple cider vinegar speeds up the body's ability to retrieve nutrients from and break down fats and proteins quickly and efficiency, which in turn speeds up metabolism, according to Healthline. In addition, apple cider vinegar contains pectin, which is thought to give a sense of satiety after eating, which works to lower the chance of overeating or compulsive eating. However, not all experts recommend the diet, while some say its effects on weight loss are minimal at best.Full Answer >
There is medical evidence that apple cider vinegar can control certain ailments such as high blood sugar and reduce the risk of developing certain cancers. Further, folk medicine holds that it also treats acid reflux, acne, gout, varicose veins and heartburn, many of which are related to body pH levels.Full Answer >
There is no substantial evidence that claims apple cider vinegar can prevent hair loss. However, it can be used as a hair treatment for dandruff, according to Cathy Wong for About.com.Full Answer >