I suggest reading the book Apple Cider Vinegar by Paul Bragg.
Firstly, don’t confuse regular vinegar with apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is fermented. Most of the sugar in the apple cider has been gobbled up. You are left with a drink that is high in potassium and very, very good for the body. It’s a cleansing drink. The potassium will help to strengthen neural activity. Potassium is exceedingly important for good brain function, good muscle function, energy and vitality, and good liver function. Your organs, your bones, and your blood pressure rely on the right balance between potassium and sodium in your body.
Apple cider vinegar has a very big effect on the digestive system.
Apple cider vinegar has been linked to lowering cholesterol and weight loss. If you take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar per day for 12-weeks, you’re going to lose four pounds on average. The weight is lost even without exercise or any dietary changes because apple cider vinegar stimulates the metabolism.
Apple cider vinegar has beneficial impacts on the thyroid and adrenal glands.
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But, should you have apple cider vinegar with honey? And should you have it with honey if you have a Candida infection?
The answer is yes, yes, you can. But don’t go overboard. Don’t have a gallon a day of apple cider vinegar mixed with honey. Two tablespoons per day of apple cider vinegar with honey per day is not a problem, even if you have Candida. Make sure to use a high-quality apple cider vinegar. Don’t put a tablespoon of water into a glass of water and drink that.
It’s better to buy the honey and apple cider vinegar pre-mixed. This ensures that you don’t take in too much honey. Those pre-made drinks are excellent tonics for cleansing and detoxification. If you can tolerate the two tablespoons per day for a week or two, there is no problem with increasing the dose to two tablespoons twice a day.
The bottom line is that I do recommend apple cider vinegar and honey, even if you have Candida. But start slowly and increase the dose cautiously. Make sure that you don’t overpower the apple cider vinegar with too much honey.