946mL, 32 fl. oz each You have probably heard that a lot of people are using Apple Cider Vinegar, but you are not sure why you should use it. Apple Cider Vinegar has some important health benefits, especially for blood sugar and weight control. Apple Cider Vinegar may lower blood sugar Levels, which benefits people with pre-type 2 diabetes and those with diabetes. What's even better unfiltered apple cider vinegar (like Bragg's) also contains "mother," strands of proteins, enzymes and friendly bacteria that give the product a murky, cobweb-like appearance, that support your immune system and promote a healthy digestive system. Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is made from delicious, healthy, organically grown apples. Processed and bottled in accordance with USDA guidelines, it is Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers and Oregon Tilth; and is Kosher Certified. Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is full of zesty Apple Cider Vinegar natural goodness. Non-GMO Certified. Give it a try and see the results for yourself.
Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar 946mL
DetailsWhy you will love Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar: Organic Rich in enzymes & potassium Supports a healthy immune system Helps control weight Promotes digestion & ph Balance Helps soothe dry throats Helps remove body sludge toxins Helps maintain healthy skin Helps promote youthful, healthy bodies Soothes irritated skin Relieves muscle pain from exercise It has many uses. It can flavour your salads, veggies and most foods. It can help to balance your internal and external pH levels when taken as a tonic or used in place of soap. As it contains acetic acid (a potent antimicrobial), it is ideal as a gargle to get rid of a sore throat and as a drink to break up mucus for sinus congestion. Other uses are as an energy boast, hair rinse, deodorant, natural cleaner, weed killer and many more. Ingredients: Certified Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is unfiltered, unheated, unpasteurized and 5% acidity. Contains the amazing Mother of Vinegar which occurs naturally as strand-like enzymes of connected protein molecules.