What Is The Difference Between Clear Vinegar & Raw Apple Cider Vinegar?
Clear vinegar has none of the benefits of raw organic apple cider
vinegar. Through its processing and distilling, it’s been stripped of
everything beneficial and can be detrimental to your health due to the
fact that it is dead instead of alive.
Only raw organic apple cider
vinegar has the “mother of vinegar” that makes the vinegar so
beneficial. The “mother” is made up living nutrients and bacteria. You
can actually see it settled in the bottom of the bottle like sediment.
MOTHER OF VINEGAR
The stringy mass of goop called the "mother of vinegar" is said to have
exceptional healing properties as well. The "Mother of vinegar" is a
term used to refer to the mass that forms on top of cider when alcohol
turns into vinegar.
Chewing on a little of this slime every day is
supposed to prevent most infectious diseases and keep germs and
parasites from invading the body. It also refers to the cloudy substance
that develops in stored vinegar. It is actually bacteria and yeast
cells that have died. The presence of the mother shows that the best
part of the apple has not been destroyed.
Vinegars containing the mother
contain enzymes and minerals that other vinegars may not have due to
over processing, filtration and overheating.
VINEGAR It's a powerful detoxifying and purifying agent. It breaks down
fatty, mucous deposits within the body.
By breaking down these
substances it improves the health and function of the vital organs of
the body, such as the kidneys, bladder and liver, by preventing
excessively alkaline urine. It also helps to thin out the blood, which
is important in helping to prevent high blood pressure.
Vinegar also promotes digestion, assimilation and elimination, all the
while neutralizing any toxic substances that enter the body. Apple cider
vinegar has been found to kill any harmful bacteria that may be found
in certain foods.
When a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water is
taken before a meal (particularly food served in restaurants or at
picnics where the preparation or duration of food left uncovered and not
refrigerated is questionable), it seems to prevent diarrhea or