The apple cider vinegar is rich with minerals, it is organic and unfiltered. Its use in medicine dates from 400 BC, where the father of medicine, Hippocrates, used to treat his patients. Although there is not much scientific evidence for its efficacy is still considered a valuable remedy for diseases such as diabetes and osteoarthritis.
The apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid, which can slow the digestion of starch, with a decline in the level of glucose in the bloodstream.
2.Reduces bad cholesterol
The presence of pectin in apple cider vinegar helps reduce the bad cholesterol in the body. Individuals who are allergic to pectin should avoid apple cider vinegar.
Potassium, magnesium and other minerals are present in the content of apple vinegar. Potassium controls water balance in the body and maintains healthy heart rhythm. Magnesium is a catalyst in enzyme activity, helping digestion and helps calcium in forming healthy bones.
Osteoarthritis is a disease in which acid crystal growths are building up on the body, apple cider vinegar can make these growths to disappear by balancing the pH in the body, says Dr. Deforest Clinton Jarvis in his book “people medicine”. There is still no substantial scientific proof of this assertion, but the list of Dr. Jarvis has successful improvements in cases of patients with osteoarthritis who were under his care with apple cider vinegar.
The apple vinegar contains beta-carotene, it has antioxidant properties that act on the damage caused by free radicals and strengthens the immune system.