Hello friends! Today I want to share with you a very simple method to getting the benefits of fermented foods into your diet using an ingredient that is either in the pantry or it’s readily available for purchase at most grocery stores. If you can’t find the time to make your own probiotic foods and drinks and don’t want to spend the money on buying pre-made drinks like kombucha or kvass then you can make drinks using raw apple cider vinegar.
According to Paul Bragg in his book, “Apple Cider Vinegar Miracle Health System”, some benefits of raw apple cider vinegar are:
- Rich in potassium and live enzymes
- Helps promote youthful skin and a vibrant, healthy body.
- Helps regulate calcium metabolism.
- Helps digestion
- Relieves sore throats
- Relief from food poisoning
- Detoxes the body
- Helps control weight
So if those benefits don’t convince you to add raw apple cider vinegar (this is my favorite brand) to your diet, try it and discover the positive results yourself. I incorporate apple cider vinegar in my diet almost daily. I make salad dressing with it, add it to sautéed greens and add it to water to make a drink. Sometimes when I have heart burn I take a shot of it and it does the trick. Make sure you only use raw apple cider vinegar, because you won’t get the same benefits from pasteurized or distilled. Pasteurization and distillation kills the beneficial live enzymes.
Incorporate this raw Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey Drink in your diet and reap the benefits. Have you tried this before or have a variation of your own?
- 1 cup of water
- 1 tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar
- Honey or stevia to taste (optional)
- Pour the raw apple cider vinegar into a glass with the water. Stir in honey or stevia to taste.
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