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  • Mr. Orbis

    Weight Loss: with Apple Cider Vinegar Added to Your Diet ~ Add one table spoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of eight to twelve ounces of water. Although some people suggest adding two to three tablespoons of ACV to a glass of water, recent studies have shown that just one tablespoon is just as effective as two or three. You can drink this mixture up to three times a day. By drinking daily some people have lost weight easily, without changing anything else in their lives.

  • Christina Shutrump

    Natural sore throat remedy. I'm a Huge fan of apple cider vinegar and raw honey!!

  • Sandra Schnaare

    START YOUR DAY THE BRAGG WAY! Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar is a healthy addition to your diet! Try it, you will feel more energized,

  • Dana Garrett Montgomery

    Two years ago, while looking online for a natural remedy for a nasty sore throat, I stumbled upon a fantastic website called earthclinic.com. It is a repository of anecdotal information …

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