It’s said that Hippocrates, often called the “Father of Modern Medicine,” used apple cider vinegar to clean wounds and relieve coughs. But today, studies show that this fermented food has other health benefits, from aiding digestion to boosting the immune system.
According to Holland & Barrett, there are two types of apple cider vinegar. One is filtered and clear, while one is darker and sprinkled with stringy flecks, called the “mother.”
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is made by fermenting apple cider. It’s rich in probiotics, and low in carbohydrates, calories and cholesterol, says MasterClass. To make ACV, manufacturers add yeast to the apple cider to break down natural sugars and turn it into in alcohol.
Read more at Newsmax© 2022 Newsmax. All rights reserved.