Of interest was an article featured in the online edition of Cosmopolitan, titled, “13 Reasons that Apple Cider Vinegar is the Magic Potion You Need in Your Life.” The article also references the research conducted by Dr. Carol Johnston of Arizona State University.
It may sounds like an extreme diet but the benefits of apple cider vinegar for weight loss could actually be more than just a fad. The diet has a steady following of avid fans, who believe it’s helped them shift the pounds steadily. Read More
Vinegar is being gulped and guzzled in New York with the enthusiasm once reserved for kale smoothies. Read More
Johnston said she believes vinegar-based drinks will be manufactured and mass produced, but people can also make their own by combining one to two tablespoons of vinegar with eight ounces water and stevia. Read more from The State Press
Vinegar may primarily serve as a versatile cooking ingredient, but its list of uses stretches far beyond cooking and the kitchen. For one, it has some amazing cleaning and deodorizing abilities, and not to mention, it’s typically far cheaper than your specialized cleaning solutions. If you’ve never thought to use vinegar beyond cooking, here are […]
Stories on BBC online and Yahoo News highlighted the use of vinegar to kill coral-eating starfish, which are damaging the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The articles note that vinegar has a 100% kill rate when injected into the starfish. The BBC article notes that the method requires further testing, and research needs to ensure […]
Of interest was an online Reader’s Digest article titled, “13+ Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar.” The link to the article can be found here.
On www.rachelray.com, food celebrity, Rachel Ray, suggests storing vinegar in the fridge, noting “This helps prevent cloudiness and keeps the flavors crisp.” To read the full article, click here.
The website, mUmBRELLA.com (touted as everything under Australia’s media, marketing & entertainment umbrella), featured a story regarding a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) campaign urging consumers to replace household products with natural alternatives. According to the article, WWF “is urging consumers to replace mass-produced and often wastefully packaged household products in favour [sic] of simple and natural […]
Recently, an article in the online version of the Daily Mail (United Kingdom) related to the use of vinegar to treat infections in knee replacements. The article notes, “Surgeons in Cardiff are applying acetic acid to bacteria when new knee joints become infected, thereby reducing the need for further surgery.” Rhidian Morgan-Jones, a consultant orthopedic […]