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What is Apple Cider Vinegar? Apple Cider Vinegar has a long and varied history of traditional use. In Ancient Egypt, Cleopatra was said to have used apple cider vinegar in her beauty routine, and the ‘father of medicine’, Hippocrates, used it as a cleaning agent in Ancient Greece. Nowadays, apple cider vinegar is still used around the world and praised for its versatility. But what exactly is it? Apple Cider Vinegar is a type of vinegar made from fermenting the juice of apples. Yeast and bacteria break down the natural sugars within the juice, turning them into alcohol. The Mother – a collection of ‘friendly’ bacteria – is formed during this process when then converts the alcohol into acetic acid, the active ingredient in vinegar. The Mother is what gives vinegar its cloudy appearance. Why choose Healthspan’s Apple Cider Vinegar? The juice used in our tablets is from freshly pressed, specially selected orchard apples. Alongside 500mg of apple cider vinegar extract per tablet, we’ve also added Chromium, which contributes to macronutrient metabolism and maintenance of normal blood glucose levels, and zinc, which contributes to normal carbohydrate, fatty acid and acid-based metabolism. Apple cider vinegar isn’t a pleasant tasting drink – what’s more, it can damage the throat, the oesophagus and your teeth when undiluted. Our tablets remove the ‘yuck’ factor and make it easy and convenient to take.

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