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Is Vinegar In A Glass Of Water Good For You
Is it ok to take bone protein or 1 tbps of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water while you have diverticulitis?
Depends on stage: It depends on how severe & how long ago the process started, & therefore when you were diagnosed / what diet has been prescribed. I'm assuming you've seen a physician or surgeon to know what "diverticulitis" is. If you've been advanced to a liquid diet (normally done about 2-3 days after bowel rest), then I don't see any problem in taking protein powder or vinegar mixed with water (it's still liqd ...Read more
Does Apple cider vinegar delay period? I've been pretty regular on my period and only started having around 1-2 tsp of ACV diluted in a glass of water with few drops of lemon juice. I observe that my period has been delayed. Is ACV the cause?
Does unfiltered apple cider vinegar taken daily (tablespoon diluted in glass of water with tsp. Of raw honey) interfere w heart or blood thinner meds?
No interference as far as I know.
Did anyone tell you about this issue? ...Read more
A not so serious question, is it ok 4 my mam 2mix glas warm water wit honey, 2tbl spoon cider vinegar, half spoon bakn soda, half juice/lemon 2lower B/P?
Not aware: I am not aware of the mixture you proposed. I do think that standard medications for blood pressure should be given a chance first, from your doctor. Blood pressure issues can be dangerous and therefore must be treated appropriately. Please do not take chances. See your doctor, reduce weight if you are heavy, decrease salt, and exercise as per your MD. ...Read more
Health Myths: Nope. Weight loss is successful with the changing of the way you eat, how you move and the composition of your diet calories with proteins being the necessary majority of a good diet's calories. Honey is sugar. Water is water and vinegar is not any magic product that leads to any true or lasting weight loss. ...Read more
Neither: If you are otherwise healthy -- in particular, if your kidneys are working normally -- this will neither help nor harm your health in any way. Assuming, of course, that you're not drinking liters of the stuff. Too much acid (which is what this is) or anything else can be harmful. ...Read more
Is using apple cider vinegar mixed with water good or bad for the hair? I've heard many people say it's good because of the pH being acidic for hair.
Myths: You have been taught a myth that has no truth or medical facts to it. It is a false myth. ...Read more
I've been told chia seeds and apple cider vinegar (both being taken with water) are good ways to cleanse the body and reduce acne, is this true?
No scientific proof: There is no scientific proof this claim ...Read more
Can I substitute a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water for 81 mg. Of aspirin when I take my blood pressure pill.
Vinegar: For a 67y/o, an 81mg Aspirin is far superior prophyllaxis than cider vinegar. ...Read more
See answer: Vinegar douche has been used to treat Candida yeast infections, by restoring the normal acidic vaginal pH. However, douching has many undesirable consequences and unlikely to cure yeast vaginitis. Women who douche have more bacterial vaginal infections, a higher incidence of PID, more difficulty getting pregnant. SEE > http://wb. Md/1RIByhY and http://wb. Md/1jTeuzk ...Read more
Pediodontic & pedia-: Tric evaluations! Dilute apple cider vinegar with lots of water, limit the total amount of acv to a maximum of 2 oz./day & use a straw. Brush teeth after each ingestion. Acetic & citric acids in acv erode tooth enamel & damage the lining of the mouth, esophagus & stomach over time. Chronic excessive use can decrease potassium, demineralize bones & diminish blood clotting. Habit disorder or pica? ...Read more
No: THC is stored in fat cells. Vinegar may mask THC, but it is not likely to reduce the amount. ...Read more
Recommendations vary: The advice will vary on using 2 tablespoons in either 1 or2 quarts of water. Prolonged use may cause irritation and the practice is somewhat controversial. ...Read more
Why not: What happened when you tried it?Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably none: Another old wives/folk tale that it can help cure everything, prevent cancer, promote a longer or healthier life. About only thing proven is that an ounce of apple cider t night can very slightly reduce blood sugar levels by a few %, possible useful for some biabetics. Only documented scientific study to show it helps anything. Active ingredient is Acetic Acid which helps nothing else. ...Read more
Why the need?: I can't say I could tell you what it would feel like. Myself and many other naturopaths and mds that specialize in detox feel enemas are often unnecessary. Learn how to potentiate the capacity of your liver to detoxify (mthfr and other gene mutations limit this - you may need high doses of activated folate). Lots of fiber will help toxins exit your body without aggressive enemas. ...Read more
I use a cleaning substance home made 3c water. 5c white vinegar and 10 teatree oil drops. How long after I clean is my 7mo old allowed back in room?
Probably OK: In the room is most likely fine. You could use water to get it off the floor if the baby is crawling around. Poison control would know for sure. ...Read more
What is the reason that cleaning nebs with vinegar/water is no longer recommended? (pls correct me if wrong) references/links? What is best (not boil)
Not strong enough.: Vinegar is not strong enough to kill the bacteria that are now found in many nebulizers. Recommended methods include boiling or microwaving for 5 minutes, soaking in a solution of 1 part bleach and 50 parts water for 3 minutes, soaking in rubbing alcohol for 5 minutes, and soaking in 3% hydrogen peroxide for 30 minutes. Always follow the nebulizer maker's recommendations, however. ...Read more
Vinegar water use:
I understand your concern.
As per American Athletic Institute, soaking feet in Vinegar water can help athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, dry, cracked heels, foot odor due to the fact of its acidic properties.
It recommends -Add two cups of white vinegar in about two gallons of hot drinking water and immerse your feet in this solution for about 45 minutes. ...Read more
Not A Rat's Chance: Quote: "There have been many lofty claims about the miraculous healing powers of apple cider vinegar, and many people do seem to be experiencing some health benefits. However, much of what you read about this product on the Internet is overstated, or simply unfounded." And if you are a rat, it may affect your cholesterol (a rat study), but really now, I think it's a marvelously stinky placebo. ...Read more
Nothing: It would do nothing.Get a more detailed answer ›
See details: Not enough to choke that concoction down, imo. ...Read more
When your water breaks does it have a slight oder? Which sort of smells like salt and vinegar chips
Ruptured membranes: Indeed. Comically, I tell my girls to put a small jar of pickles in their bag. If their water breaks in a public place, say the grocery store or post office, throw and smash the jar of pickles and as they send people to clean up, quietly leave the store unnoticed in all the fuss. ...Read more
I would ask about how can I care of vagina? I heared about water with vinegar doush? Is this wrong?
Can I use 1 spoon of rice vinegar (ingredients: water, ethanol, rice)/day in my diet when I am on accutane?
What's really in it?: It's almost certain you signed an agreement, when you started on accutane, not to drink alcohol. Keeping a promise is a matter of principle. If the "rice vinegar" is a concoction that someone makes from real ethanol as a folk medicine, you're breaking a promise. However, most "rice vinegar" has the ethanol oxidized to acetic acid. That's harmless flavor, though there's probably no health benefit. ...Read more
I steam cleaned my carpet with a mixture of water, bleach and vinegar and now I can't stop coughing. What should I do?
Allow to Air: My guess is that the bleach was too strong and is releasing chlorine gas into the area. Open the windows to allow some ventillation and go back over the carpets with clear water to dilute and remove the bleach & vinegar from the carpet - or better call a professional to go over the carpets for you but let them know what you used. If coughing persists, go to er. ...Read more