Features March 2017 Issue

Apple Cider Vinegar

Bragg’s organic apple cider vinegar contains the “mother,” a gooey bit of beneficial bacteria-rich debris from fermentation. This can be added to food, and diluted with water and used for cleaning canine ears, soaking paws, and as a skin-soothing rinse.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This legendary folk remedy can treat dog ailments inside and out, provided you combine it with a dose of sensibility.

Browsing through Internet postings about the benefits of apple cider vinegar will likely give you pause. In some places it sounds like a wonder product for everything – including, gulp, curing cancer. Then you find the naysayers, who cite the FDA’s stand that apple cider vinegar has no nutrients. Of course, you already realize the truth is somewhere between. It won’t cure cancer, but some research shows it shrinking tumors. It won’t prevent cancer either because, well, nothing truly prevents cancer.

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