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Old Fri, Jun-02-17, 08:09
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Originally Posted by WereBear
When I did that the back of my throat was saying, "Hey! That thing you did? Yeah, it kind of upset us. We went like and I know it seemed like that part went away but we all all still going and I know you don't want to do that again Right?"

All day.

Not doing it again.

I don't blame you! And to be clear, I was not recommending it to anyone. Sometimes my reflux was so bad that a shot of vinegar was a relief by comparison. I did it one day in desperation and it became habit.

Happily, I don't have that reflux problem anymore thanks to my change in diet. Sooo ... after reading this thread, I tried adding a couple of teaspoons of ACV in my morning cocktail of magnesium citrate powder and a pint of water. It adds a very small, subtle amount of sour citrus flavor and, needless to say, goes down much easier. I just may have swigged my last spoonful.
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Old Sat, Jun-03-17, 23:14
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After mixing Braggs with water for a few days I've decided to starting doing a shot of Braggs and chasing it with cold water.

Also, if Braggs isn't vital I may go with a cheaper ACV when this gallon is gone.
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Old Sun, Jun-04-17, 02:46
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I'v always been an apple cider vinegar user, just cheap stuff though, in salads and often just by itself over veggies. But moving here in Botswana from Tanzania, I looked everywhere, and could not find it anywhere. There was spirit vinegar and wine vinegar but that was it. Finally yesterday I drifted into a high end supplements kind of shop (there must be a body builder population here), and there was Braggs! 500ml for the equivalent of $10!!!! Seems a WEE BIT expensive for this, which, when we are home in Austria, we make ourselves from our own Apple cider from our own apples, with our own mother. ANyway, sucker that I am, I bought it.
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Old Mon, Jun-05-17, 05:58
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Drinking Braggs in water is more pleasant than any old vinegar in water, but according to the science, any vinegar will work.
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Old Tue, Jun-06-17, 09:52
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20 Unique Apple Cider Vinegar Uses and Benefits

Apple Cider Vinegar Benefits Cholesterol, Blood Sugar & Metabolism

This list is right about fungus toes. I had that last year for the first time in my life. My doctor prescribed something but insurance wouldn't pay for it and it was expensive. I found vinegar as a home remedy on the net, and it started working right away I could tell. My brother, who has had fungus toes for 10 years and saw 3 different doctors, tried many things, is now having success as well with vinegar.
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