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Don’t Ever Use Apple Cider Vinegar If You’re On Any of the Following Medications!

ACV has numerous uses in the house and can provide many beneficial effects. It is absolutely excellent for the bacteria in the gut, treats digestive issues and helps digestion. ACV is full of potent properties helpful for your overall health, including:

Rich In Acetic Acid

The latest Japanese research has shown that blood pressure and fat accumulation can be effectively controlled by acetic acid.

Cancer Fighting Agent

The risk of esophageal cancer is decreased by the intake of vegetables and vinegar according to one Chinese research. For instance, it boosts the growth of bladder cancer by 4.4x, so its effectiveness is limited to certain types of cancer.

Bacteria Killer and Disinfectant

If you want to balance out the external body bacteria, treat yeast infection and athlete’s foot, ACV is extremely useful.

ACV may show some adverse effects, so it should not be used by all people. In a case of bladder cancer, it has negative effects.

Prevents Cardiovascular Diseases and Decreases Bad Cholesterol

The presence of chlorogenic acids in ACV reduce bad cholesterol or LDL, while inhibiting the crystallization and accumulation in the bloodstream. In order to control the LDL levels, you should consume healthy and balanced diet.

ACV Should Not Be Consumed By The Following Groups:

Diabetics: the consumption of ACV should be used with caution if you suffer from both diabetes types, as it may lower the blood sugar. If you intend to use ACV you should monitor the blood sugar levels and adjust the dosage.

People who usually take drugs such as: (Thalitone) chlorthalidone, (Diuril) chlorothiazide, (Lanoxin)  Digoxin, (Microzide, HCTZ, HydroDiuril,) hydrochlorothiazide, (Lasix) furosemide. ACV increases the probable side effects of the meds and lowers the levels of potassium in the human body, so you should be careful with the consumption of ACV.

The large amounts of apple cider vinegar may be dangerous if mixed with insulin, because insulin can decrease potassium levels. Reduced potassium levels can be caused if you consume more than 1 cup or 8 ounces of ACV per day.