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 Apple cider vinegar, wine vinegar

Eat organic apples! To help bulk up watery stools, bake an apple pie with the peel on, or make some homemade apple sauce. Vinegar is used to preserve herbs, and herbs add healthy properties and taste to the vinegar. Strive for two tablespoons of vinegar a day in your diet. Add vinegar to baths and hair rinses. You can use vinegar for most everyday cleaning tasks. It is naturally anti-fungal and leaves the bathroom, windows, and glass ware clean and shiny. The best way to clean fresh produce is a solution of one part vinegar to three parts cold water, which removes 98 percent of the bacteria. Combine vinegar with baking soda, add a few drops of antibacterial essential oils and you can clean just about anything.
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Arthritis
Diabetes: Type I
Diabetes: Type II
Hair Loss
High Cholesterol
Metabolism and Nutrition
Sunburn
Diet and Nutrition
Cardiovascular
Skin Care
Facial care
Athletes Foot/Ringworm

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