Is apple cider vinegar good for you?

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Apple cider vinegar is apple juice that’s been fermented twice. Its claim to fame is acetic acid. Which forms during the fermentation process and is thought to have a variety of health benefits.

If you look at the nutrition facts label, doesn’t show high amounts of vitamins, minerals or even calories. Its potential health benefits are found in substances that aren’t part of the standard nutrition label.

ACV’s possible health benefits all have to do. With how it’s made by mixing crushed apples with yeast, sugar or another carbohydrate. After a few weeks, natural bacteria and yeasts ferment the juice, changing the carbohydrates into alcohol. Then a second fermentation process changes the alcohol into a substance called acetic acid and eventually. UFABET
So, what’s the big deal? Raw apple cider vinegar contains:

  • Acetic acid, which can kill harmful bacteria. ACV is about 5% to 6% acetic acid.
  • Natural probiotics (good bacteria), which can improve your immune system and gut health.
  • Antioxidants, naturally occurring substances that can prevent damage to your body’s cells.

Both pasteurized and raw apple cider vinegar are sold in stores. But for health purposes, most people use the latter. The kind that’s a little bit cloudy. The cloudy sediment in the bottom of the bottle, sometimes known as “the mother” contains more natural bacteria and yeasts.