Sunday, 5 January 2014

Organic Acids

Organic Acids
Apple cider vinegar contains 5% acetic acid and much smaller amounts of malic acid, lactic acid, and various amino acids. They give apple cider vinegar its antiseptic property, which helps deter the growth of unwanted bacteria and yeasts in the digestive track. By taking a little apple cider vinegar before a meal, you can increase stomach acidity and thereby improve digestion and nutrient uptake.

Dr Jarvis M.D., author of Folk Medicine: A Vermont Doctor's Guide to Good Health, advocated the use of apple cider vinegar to maintain the
acid alkaline balance (pH balance) of the body's urine.

He maintained that the urine shifts from its healthy acidic pH toward alkalinity when you are ill.
Through years of research he found that restoring the urine's pH to the acid region enabled his subjects to either bypass illnesses such as the common cold or to at least get better faster and to reduce the pain or severity of sinus, allergy and asthma attacks.

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