Apple cider vinegar is known for its miraculous weight loss properties, but there are people who wonder about its anti-inflammatory and pain relief properties. There are those who claim its acetic acid is perfect for arthritis pain. Arthritis already affects around 10 million people, just in the UK according to the NHS, and if a simple shot or two can help with pain, this should be introduced into their diet. Research still needs to be done since the beta carotene in the vinegar has benefits, it is so slight, that no effect should be seen.
- Apple cider vinegar has been shown to help with weight loss in the past
- There may a be link between the acetic acid and beta carotene in the vinegar and pain relief
- Researchers do warn that the beta carotene in cider vinegar is quite low and not enough to make a difference
“Lona Sandon, a registered dietician who has rheumatoid arthritis, says apple cider vinegar should remain in the kitchen and not be moved to the medicine chest.”
Read more: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/899567/apple-cider-vinegar-for-arthritis-pain-symptoms
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