There is some evidence that acv can reduce bone density over time but take a vitamin supplement with calcium to add the nutrient back to your body.
no! it is antibacterial. it actually help yeast infections. douching with apple cider vinegar diluted in water is very beneficial.
I've seen studies that show colas to be most harmful to the bones because they take calcium from the bones and do many other things to a person's body (too much sugar, sodium and the coloring in colas can cause the teeth to yellow). Lemon juice doesn't hurt your bones, but it will wear the enamel on your teeth if you take it straight. Vinegar has many health benefits, especially if it is apple cider vinegar (organic and unfiltered). Water is good for you, nothing harmful there unless it is city water :) - you will want to drink filtered water (not bottled). Milk has been proven to strengthen bones, but I prefer soy milk to cows milk for it's health benefits. I can always take a calcium supplement. Tomato juice is a good source of licopene. Ice tea will discolor your teeth if you don't brush after drinking it, but I know of no study to prove it hurts your bones.
you dont break bones at a rate. either chance or luck (bad luck). you fuse bones from a baby starting with 300+ and as an adult you only have around 285
YES.KINDA.NOkinda. Because if your a little kid and you crack your fingers or toes....then when you get older.... your going to get bad arthritus.YES. NO. MAYBE.
Bones and Booth sleep together in the last episode of season 4. Sadly this is in Booths comma so its not really real. The good news is is that when he wakes up he realizes that he is actually in love with Bones. The bad thing is that he doesn't tell her.
Yes, apple cider vinegar and cider vinegar are the same thing and is made from fermented apples.
Yes, cider vinegar and apple cider vinegar are the same thing.
apple cider vinegar tablets are different to apple cider vinegar because they are tablets
Yes, apple cider vinegar is an acid. Shall I hence the word "vinegar." Apple cider vinegar has vinegar in it which means its automatically an acid.
It makes the bone be able to tie into knots, easily bendable, and can be felt like rubber
NO Cider vinegar has a different flavor and is much darker in color.
Generally, white vinegar is often synthetic acetic acid, and cider vinegar is fermented from apple cider. The difference in cooking is one of flavor, as the two have similar chemical properties.
Apple cider vinegar is primarily made from apple cider, the alcohol in the cider having been oxidized to produce the vinegar. Apple cider is in turn made from the fermented juice of pressed apples.
Technically, yes. As apple cider ages, it turns into apple cider vinegar. But you shouldn't substitute them for each other!
Any type of vinegar with the "mother" still in it, such as apple cider vinegar. Although the mother does make it very nutritious. It just stinks really bad.
Commercial Cider Vinegar will vary but you could use something like 2.5 as a benchmark