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Apple Cider Vinegar And Cayenne Pepper Drink
Would 100mg daily cayenne (as part of an apple cider vinegar supplement) be more beneficial in general or possibly risky for gastric cancer? I believe capsaicin content in only 100mg would be extremely low (only a few milligrams, if that, if I'm doing th
Cayenne has many proven benefits. Capsacain may be mutagenic to stomach cells but also has anti-cancer properties. One study found increased risk of stomach cancer while another found those who ate the most cayenne had least cancer incidence! The benefits outweigh the unproven risk. See http://www. Truestarhealth. Com/Notes/2065009.html &
http://umm. Edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/cayenne ...Read more
Cider vinegar: I have never found drinking vinegar good to drink. But that is because I prefer a good wine. ...Read more
Avoid vinegar: A person with heartburn should avoid vinegar and other acidic foods or liquids. The person is likely already taking acid blockers and antacids to decrease acidity in the stomach. It would be bad to eat or drink more acid, because the whole point of treatment is to decrease acid in the stomach and esophagus. ...Read more
Vinegar and yeast: Most people are able to consume small amounts of vinegar while still reaping the benefits of an anti-candida diet. Particularly herbal vinegars and apple cider vinegar have been safely added to most candida diets without a problematic reaction. Some people react adversely to vinegar so it is an individual thing. ...Read more
Apple cider: If you are nursing a baby I would recommend that you don't drink your liquid until you have finished breast feeding. ...Read more
Yes: I believe that Apple cider vinegar dressings should pose no problem for patients with advanced liver disease. Some experts actually suggest it be used as dressing on healthy vegetables and salads. Your pharmacist may be able to validate this for you. ...Read more
I have been experiencing dryiness in the vagina during sex, last week I started drinking apple cider vinegar could this be the problem?
Unrelated: drinking apple cider vinegar should have no effect on your vagina. If you are having dry vaginal intercourse, you might want to try a new kind of water based or silicone lubricant. You may also want to discuss your condition with your partner in order to better accommodate your sexual concerns. Hope that helps and good luck. ...Read more
I drink an 8 ounce of water w/ a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar before going to bed every night. Is there a possibility I can fall into anemia?
Females and Anemia:
There is nothing about water and vinegar to discuss. I am not sure why you would consider this as a cause of anemia. Most females who have anemia are not eating enough protein or iron and they lost a lot of blood with their monthly periods.
As a side note there is absolutely no medical or health benefit from ingesting vinegar every day. ...Read more
Hello, Good Afternoon I have been drinking 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar 1/2 lemon with H20, can it have a negative affect to by digestive system? Diet drinks
Sure, but...: That's because menstruation eventually stops, no matter what a woman drinks. Water is fine, and it has no calories. Without knowing one's individual details, a doctor would not be able to tell if any particular vinegar would be good, bad, or have no effect on a that person. Vinegar is good for pickling foods, and making foods taste more special, but vinegar is not necessary for normal health. ...Read more
Many benefits: Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular folk remedies, in fact entire books have been written about it. It's many uses include treating heartburn, many infections (like sinus, ear & yeast infections), acne & other skin conditions.It may help treat diabetes, hypertension & high cholesterol.Research is limited but does support many uses. It is safe and inexpensive. See comments for more info:. ...Read more
Is the apple cider vinegar can really loose weight? And if it so what was the procedure of drinking?
Marketing, Marketing: Likely best way: consume none. Apples, like all fruits, have lots of carbs & carbs are most readily converted by liver into triglyceride fats & stored as body fat. Fats least prone to be stored as body fat. Study: http://goo. Gl/DKvdSI, http://goo. Gl/mpd4Y6, http://goo. Gl/XjgiP6, http://goo. Gl/cypKOp, http://nusi. Org, http://goo. Gl/gGXn9f, http://goo. Gl/aRhOU2, http://goo. Gl/dhux4V & my answers. ...Read more
No: alcohol is metabolized into acetic acid, which is vinegar (which comes from French vin aigre - sour wine). There is no significant amount of alcohol left in vinegar - there may be a fraction of a percent, but not enough to be clinically detected or get anybody intoxicated. This is assuming it is store-bought, where testing is supposed to be carried out. If its home-made, there may be some alcohol ...Read more
Information: Probably none other than normal fluid replacement. ...Read more
No: That's silly stuff. The fact that it's promoted for everything should tell you that this is intended to mislead good, simple people. The one evidence-based, consistent finding in strengthening immune responses (tested by responses to antigen challenges) is heavy-duty aerobic exercise. If you're interested in this stuff, get with an evidence-based holistic practitioner in your community. ...Read more
Risks: Some people use a couple of teaspoons in other liquids such as juices as a reported way to control weight and improve their mood. Even if this were the case, which I personally question, with continued use, you run the risk of having the acids wear away your tooth enamel. It's a risk I personally would not take. Is it one that you want to? There are better tried and true methods. ...Read more
No: If you believe all you read about apple cider vinegar (it supposedly cures everything), you would be reading uncritically. ...Read more
Drinking vinegar is: Not the solution. To lose weight insure that calories burned > calories consumed. Drink at least 8 - 8 oz glasses of water per day. Aim for at least 5 servings of vegetables ; 4 servings of fruit per day. Use whole grain when possible. Avoid sodas, alcohol ; junk carbohydrates. Get in a good mix of aerobic ; weight lifting exercises. ...Read more
No: According to the national institutes of health, it is a myth that using apple cider vinegar, grapefruit juice. Etc. Before meals burns fats and contributes to weight loss. Loss weight by avoiding all processed sugars, flour, pasta, and rice. Eat a diet rich in vegetables and beans with plenty of fruits, nuts and whole grains. Add wild salmon and get healthy as well. ...Read more
Been suffering from acid reflux. What does it indicate if drinking apple cider vinegar or baking soda make it worse?
It indicates that...: Stopping apple cider vinegar or baking soda might be a good idea for now. A primary care doctor or a gastroenterologist (stomach specialist) can evaluate to confirm the problem of gastro-esophageal reflux disease. The doctor may test for h. Pylori stomach infection, and start effective medications, including acid blockers. Plain water, nonfat milk, green tea, or simple soup broths may feel ok. ...Read more
I have been drinking apple cider vinegar to help with my GERD. It seems to help but what can I mix it with for taste and how much do I need to take?
Your doc can give: You something for it after he/she diagnoses it. You can also use dgl, available in the health food store. These capsules are licorice w/out an enzyme that raises blood pressure. They coat the lining of esophagus. Peace and good health. Apple cider vinegar is fine bt please make sure you use the "with the mother" on the label (peelings). Dilute w/water. Peace and good health.. ...Read more
No problem: Your bodily homeostasis activity, which normalizes internal fluids, should handle this easily and your breast milk will not be affected. ...Read more
Shouldn't B pbm: This shouldn't be a problem for baby. Your body will sort out what you ingest & this will not end up in the breast milk. ...Read more
Yes: Depends how much? Everything should be in moderation. ...Read more
Look into it: Apple cider can be very acidic and irritating to a sensitive stomach. Generally it should be tolerated but if you have an ulcer or other inflammatory process of the upper GI tract, the cider could be causing the lesion to be symptomatic. Discuss this with your internist. ...Read more
Is it safe to drink 2 tablespoons of Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar diluted in 6-8 oz water while breastfeeding?
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