Raw Apple Cider vinegar

The word “vinegar” comes from the Angle-French vin egre, meaning “sour wine.” Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is simply vinegar made from fermented apple cider. Unfiltered ACV contains a murky substance called the “mother”, which contains enzymes, proteins, and good-for-you bacteria.

Apple cider vinegar has become quite popular over the last few years because of its wonderful health benefits.  Several studies have shown that taking 1 to 2 tablespoons of ACV before or during a meal significantly lowers post-meal blood glucose levels. It's also rich in probiotics, B-vitamins, and plant based antioxidants. It is also a good carrier for plant nutrients, meaning it extracts valuable phytonutrients that humans can readily absorb.