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apple cider vinegar

Postby MichelleP » Tue Dec 16, 2008 6:19 pm

Hi Donna I'm drinking it just for general wellbeing really. I do think my skin looks pretty nice at the moment but I'm doing alot of different things for that so couldn't say exactly what's doing it, or a combination of all more likely. I'm not drinking it for weight loss but to keep my system reasonably detoxed.

As far as drinking it with Oj, I really don't know. Sorry.
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Postby beeguy » Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:27 am

I just drink it straight goes down fast just a few ounces[in the morning]helps with so much wish i knew this early in life...skin colds etc.Yes i use aleta's products trueradiance...because they have the same things in them as the very spendy products..she sends on samples of other products...very reasonable priced cuz she doesn't have fancy pkg.and will work with you one on one..my skin has never been this good i am 57...annemarie Happy New Year ladies...and guys
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Postby shayna1 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 6:18 am

I have read that this can help with broken capillaries. Has anyone had any luck diminishing redness or even getting rid of the broken capillaries with ACV?
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Postby donna321 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 4:08 pm

Wow, if that little cider drink can help with broken capallaires I am so back on board. As with most things that I try to improve me, I lose interest after a bit and move on to something else, but I am so going to start the vinegar again. I have broken capallairies on my face...not a crazy amount but enough to make me go UGH, so heading out to the kitchen right now to have myself a little drink.
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Postby DCNGA » Wed Jan 07, 2009 5:21 pm

Not positive, but I think Annemarie also puts the ACV directly on her skin as a toner. I don't know if the drinking it or applying it to the skin is what helps with the broken caps, though. :?:

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Postby shayna1 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 5:25 pm

That's a good question, DCNGA! I wonder if applying it would help over drinking it? Hope someone comes along that knows!
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Postby donna321 » Wed Jan 07, 2009 7:03 pm

Truth be told, I would much rather apply it than drink it.
I'll keep checking here to see if anyone else chimes in.

By the way, Happy New Year to all you girls on the MMH boards. It always helps to know that I have somewhere to go when I'm feeling totally helpless about some new creepiness that has befallen my skin. Strength in numbers that's what I always say.
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Re: apple cider vinegar

Postby sued » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:54 am

Apple cider vinegar is an old folk remedy for everything from head lice to cancer. Obviously, we know that it doesn't cure head lice. Studies are actually being done to determine what, if anything, it does. There's some positive research out there on reduction of cholesterol (my issue) an diabetes. Unfortunately, we don't have any clear information on how much to take, and what the regimen should be. Hopefully they will continue the research.
As for the promises that it clears up skin, it is a cleanser, so that makes sense. You can disinfect your kitchen with it as well, but other cleansers work just as well or better, according to one study. It's cheaper though, so it couldn't hurt!
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