Experts Are Urging People Not to Drink Apple Cider Vinegar

I understand the basic dangers of “drinking” ACV… as always use caution.

Health and Wellness Associates

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Experts Are Urging People Not to Drink  Apple Cider Vinegar


When it comes to home remedies, few products are as revered or as misunderstood as apple cider vinegar. It’s been hailed as a “cure” for everything from hiccups to acne and is believed by many to hold the ultimate key to weight loss.

Nobody can deny the power of this famously tart fermented liquid. It’s packed with enzymes, probiotics, and has even been shown to help regulate blood sugar. Heck, we’ve even used it in our hair! But as ACV’s popularity grows, more and more experts are warning consumers of the harmful side effects associated with drinking it.

Apple cider vinegar is made by combining apples with yeast.

The yeast then converts the sugar in the apples into alcohol. Bacteria are then added to the mixture, which ferment the alcohol into acetic acid.

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2 responses to “Experts Are Urging People Not to Drink Apple Cider Vinegar”

  1. Kenneth T. Avatar

    Like I said “ymwv”…
    I told a friend about ACV and he tried it and then wham he got gout. Well, so he claimed. LoL
    I take some internally, every so often— but not daily, like some other people I know.


  2. Lou Avatar

    Been drinking it for years, this study is BS, don’t buy it.


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