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Love That Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar

Updated on October 1, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

Your Normal Morning Event Consists of

that happens across the nation while breakfast is being cooked. In your normal routine, you shower, dress and shave to get off to a full-day of work. But you feel inside that you are getting about a lot slower than usual, but you ignore it and go about your morning.

But this piece is not about having breakfast, although this mean is the most-important meal of the day, it is about something deeper, so deeper that you have yet to try it, but I have news for you. When you try this product, your eyes will open and a lot of good things (in its plastic canister) will begin to happen for you—the things that if the things happened to you a week ago, you would not feel so drowsy and exhausted.

Truth be told, you are very tired and it just may be from lack of something in your body. Some natural vitamin or nutrient that your body is not getting enough to help you be strong, happy, and focused.

This condition may not be serious, but see your doctor anyway. And take time to read this piece about a product that you can get and not have to get a loan and pay for it.

Source

Bragg Organic Raw Cider Unfiltered Vinegar

is simply amazing when it comes to our health. Sure, this product, I am sure, gets a lot of skepticism, but health professionals swear that it works. This particular flavor and make of apple vinegar is stated to be the answer to all sorts of benefits, and for me that sounds good.

This health-based liquid has a lot of people who have begun to recognize the benefits that this vinegar brings. This product is not an overnight sensation. No, this vinegar is not a magic solution that works overnight, it requires regular use and daily-discipline in order to see results.

This product does have benefits, plus, the other health benefits that accompany this Bragg Organic Apple Vinegar can help circulation in helping to prevent strokes, heart attack and to be truthful, you will just have to taste it to see how you like it.


I Use Bragg Unfiltered Raw Cider Vinegar For

I find it most-helpful to use it as when I get ready for bed or go out in public, I use this product as a great mouthwash. When my wife and I eat vegetables , we use this Unfiltered Raw Cider Vinegar as a solid rinse. Hey, when it is my turn to do our dishes, I use my friend, Raw Cider Vinegar, as a fantastic dish detergent. And in the early spring and summer, when weeds try to invade my wife’s produce garden and my lawn, I use it as a Bragg Unfiltered Raw Cider Vinegar weed killer.

The Tasty Directions Are So Simple:

1 to 2 tsp Bragg Organic Vinegar in 8 ounce glass Purified Water and sweetening (optional) to taste, 1 to 2 tsp Organic Honey, 100% Maple Syrup. Black strap Molasses or 4 drops herb Stevia.

If sediment happens, shake well before using.

No Refrigeration Required.

September 27, 2019______________________________

© 2019 Kenneth Avery

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    • whonunuwho profile image

      whonunuwho 

      7 weeks ago from United States

      Cheers to apple cider vinegar my friend. Been using it for years. An apple sip a day...helps keep the doctor away. Thanks old pal. whonu

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      Eric Dierker 

      7 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I do declare I do not know what a day without Bragg would be like. Don't want to know. Neither does my wife.

    • mxkamlongera profile image

      Maxwell Kamlongera 

      7 weeks ago

      Great advice. I came upon the health benefits of apple-cider vinegar through a friend. I was skeptical at first but after giving it a go I haven't looked back since.

      You definitely can feel the difference when you give it a go.

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      Betty A F 

      7 weeks ago from Florida

      Hi Kenneth,

      I keep a bottle of Bragg apple-cider vinegar in my home at all times. I didn't know about the health benefits when I first started buying it. I woke up one morning with a gall bladder attack. It was so painful that I couldn't even move. It was on a weekend, so we looked online for anything that might help since the doctors office was closed. We found a website that said that apple cider vinegar would help, and my hubby went and bought some. I mixed a little into a glass of apple juice, and within ten minutes all the pain was gone. It really worked, and fast!

      I enjoyed this article.

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      Marie Flint 

      7 weeks ago from Tawas City, Michigan USA

      Paul Bragg not only believed in raw juicing, but fasting as well--all from organically grown produce, of course. His daughter, last I checked, took over his mission.

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