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12 myths about Apple Cider Vinegar you should stop believing right now

A quick search on the internet shows that apple cider vinegar has reached almost cult-status as a miracle worker for all sorts of applications. But how much of this is based on fact, and how much on hype? These apple cider vinegar rumours need debunking.

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MYTH 1 Apple cider vinegar is a magical substance
MYTH 1 Apple cider vinegar is a magical substance
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There are so many claims made for the benefits of apple cider vinegar that it must surely be a magical substance – an elixir lauded throughout the centuries to help with just about any ailment. Or is it just the next in a long line of food fads?
 
If you expect it to be a super-charged cure-all, science suggests you think again. A lot of its success is anecdotal, the scientific evidence is not strong on a number of its health claims. As a home remedy, its efficacy can be a bit hit and miss, maybe even completely counterproductive. And as a highly acidic liquid, there are also a number of risks when taken incorrectly. Read on for more.



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