This Is What Scientists Think About Apple Cider Vinegar Natural Remedies

The word vinegar translates to “vin aigre”, is French, meaning “sour wine”. The medicinal uses of the apple cider vinegar date way back to when it was discovered in 5000 BC by a courtier in Babylonia. Its powerful action was appreciated throughout the whole human history. Hippocrates used vinegar to treat 17 different conditions, ranging from ulcers to fractures.

Moreover, Columbus had barrels of apple cider vinegar on his ships to prevent scurvy. Apple cider vinegar was used by the Japanese Samurais drank it for strength and power, and it was also during the civil war to disinfect wounds.


During the 18th century, apple cider vinegar was used as a multi purpose treatment for ailments like dropsy, stomach ache and even for managing diabetes.

This remarkable liquid has various useful and medicinal properties, which provide powerful benefits regarding multiple physical ailments, as well as cleaning and DIY purposes. Namely, it is a cheap and effective multi-purpose cleaner, and you can also add it to your water, tea and salad dressing, in order to multiple health benefits. Apple cider vinegar is abundant in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, its various enzymes help with digestion, and it is extremely low in calories, having only 3 calories in a tablespoon.

Scientists listed a great number of uses of apple cider vinegar. These are the most important uses of apple cider vinegar, many of which will surprise you:


We are constantly exposed to harmful chemicals and toxins, so we should all be taking precautionary measures by incorporating protective foods into our diets. The unique acids in ACV bind to toxins and help us to release them more effectively.

Moreover, you can add a cup of apple cider vinegar to a hot bath with some Epsom salts, to trigger your lymphatic system to release toxins.

Treats High Cholesterol 

An antioxidant called chlorogenic acid present in apple cider vinegar has been found to LDL cholesterol particles from becoming oxidized. In addition, a study in 2006 found rats fed apple cider vinegar for 19 days had drastic reduction vinegar on humans with high cholesterol.

Cancer Prevention

Cancer is an extremely devastating and debilitating illness. There’s so much research in the realm of cancer prevention, and it is shown that a healthy diet and lifestyle are of the utmost importance.

Numerous cell and animal studies have shown that the acetic acid present in vinegar has anti-tumor properties.  Hence, apple cider vinegar can be a cure for cancer or tumors, but an ongoing research and further testing is needed. Yet, there are no side effects, and no risk to overdose, so you will lose nothing if you try.

Improves Digestion

Vinegar in its raw form is an excellent digestive tonic, as it is abundant in living enzymes that help to break food down to its bare components, making it far easier to assimilate.

It is an important source of acid which enables the first step of digestion to work effectively, stirring up those digestive juices helps immensely with the rest of the digestive processes.

Furthermore, research has shown that the acetic acid present in apple cider vinegar can help with mineral absorption, enabling us to get the most out of the foods we consume.


Potassium is an essential mineral in maintaining the soft tissues of the body, keeping everything flexible and resilient. As a result, it is also known as the mineral of youth. Deficiencies in potassium can cause an array of health problems.

A rather interesting finding was revealed by the Nobel Scientist Dr.Alexis Carrel, who was able to keep the cells of an embryo chicken heart alive and healthy for 35 years by daily monitoring. Their complete nutrition, cleansing and elimination. Note that the chicken’s average lifespan is 7 years!

The chicken embryos were given apple cider vinegar daily for the full quota of potassium. Moreover, Dr.Carrel did this study in 1912, proving that proper nutrition and cleansing can adjust lifespan quite drastically.


Candida is yeast within the body, which, in the case of a diet rich in too many refined carbohydrates such as sugar, and often times too much alcohol, can become largely overpopulated. Candida overgrowth typically causes a lot of uncomfortable symptoms such as low energy, poor digestion, yeast infections, canker sores and the like. It occurs when a person eats a poor diet, high in refined sugar and carbohydrates, and it can take over when the gut flora compromised by antibiotic use or birth control.

Fortunately, apple cider vinegar is an effective tool which can help you get rid of draining Candida.  Moreover, lemon water is another possible solution for this kind of treatment.

Apple cider vinegar works by improving digestion and an acid/alkaline balance, in order to help healthy bacteria to once again thrive in the gut.

Also, it has been used for centuries as a cure for foot fungus and is great for killing molds.

Even though there hasn’t been any specific analysis of ACV directly as a Candida killer, it makes sense to believe that it can keep the parasite at bay, as yeast is a fungus.

Anti- glycemic Effect

The effect of vinegar on insulin response and blood glucose levels after a meal has been the subject of many human studies. Insulin plays a critical role in the way our body uses food, as it primarily decreases the concentration of glucose (sugar) in the blood stream.

Every time you eat, your body begins to break down the food into glucose, which goes into your blood stream.  The reaction of the pancreas to the surge in the release of insulin is to clean the sugar from your blood.  A portion of the glucose runs through the liver, where it’ is being converted to glycogen to be used by your muscles.

The rest of the glucose is converted into fatty acids by the insulin, which is stored as an energy source in the form of fat cells.

Many people are developing a resistance to insulin, which means that the body has so much secreted insulin, that it starts to ignore it. As a result, the sugar stays in the blood stream which is harmful for the health, as it can develop into diabetes and permanent health damages.

ACV may also lower the glycemic response to starchy carbohydrates. Furthermore, vinegar also supresses the appetite and increases the feeling of satiety.

Undoubtedly, with diabetes being as prevalent as it is today, knowing that something as simple as apple cider vinegar can help you, is more than good news.

Weight Loss 

A really serious issue in the weight loss process is the imbalance created by blood sugars when they spike and drop too drastically. This causes us to crave “high energy” foods like refined carbohydrates, which offer only a short- term boost.

Apple cider vinegar helps to curb cravings and kick extra calories out, as it was shown to be able to help regulate blood sugar levels.

A study done on obese individuals who consumed 15mL or 30mL of vinegar per day for 12-weeks, showed a reduction in body fat mass and serum triglycerides.

Thus, apple cider vinegar has become an overnight sensation in the weight loss industry. Some people even use it in the form of pills, though most of the experts say it’s better to just drink the real unpasteurized stuff.

It is also beneficial in the weight loss process as it increases satiety after a meal.

Prevents Bladder stones and UTI

Kidney stones are extremely painful, and totally preventable. They typically form when a person’s urine is very acidic and concentrated, crystals form out of uric acid, calcium oxalate and struvite and have to be passed through the urinary tract.

Vinegar alkalizes the urine, decreasing the likelihood that this ailment would ever occur, and it even believed to be even able to break down the kidney stones.

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