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Visit web: gepbansbassmenve.ga Apple Cider Vinegar Miracle Health System is available most Health & Book Stores or call weekdays, 8 to p.m.. HEALTH SCIENCE. Apple Cider Vinegar book. Read 53 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Explores the miracle health benefits of organic, raw apple cide. In this book, the Braggs reveal the legendary health-and life-giving versatility of apple cider vinegar. As a nutritive drink it is a powerful agent for health and.
The vinegar producers failed to enlighten the public on what powerful health qualities were locked within natural ACV. Because most of them had not the slightest knowledge of the health values of natural, organic, unfiltered, cloudy and to some, less attractive-looking Apple Cider Vinegar with the "mother.
It was simply filling current supply and demand. Powerful Health Qualities Removed You cannot completely blame the producers of vinegar. They are not nutritionists, nor are they biochemists. Their business is to give the customers what they want. Most people purchase vinegar for flavoring, also for pickling and marinating their foods.
Some women use it to rinse their hair after shampooing, as it leaves it squeaky clean, softer and much easier to manage. ACV is also a germ fighter in the home, lab, etc..
Some mix it with water to wash windows, as it removes sludge and keeps them sparkling clean. ACV has hundreds of uses and its versatility is legendary as a powerful household cleansing and deodorizing agent free of dangerous chemicals. See pages to for vinegar cleaning hints. ACV Has Powerful Health Qualities Both the general public and the producers of vinegar have been informed as to the powerful health qualities of organic, raw, unfiltered, fully ripened ACV.
Ignorance isn't always bliss! When most people see natural apple cider vinegar with the brownish color and the tiny, cobweb "mother" floating in it, they think it looks unappetizing. The general public has been educated and brainwashed to want everything they purchase to have perfect eye appeal! To meet this demand of clear, light-colored vinegar sans the brownish, cobweb "mother" is the reason producers distill their vinegar.
In distilling, the vinegar is turned to steam by heating, thus destroying the powerful enzymes and evaporating the life-giving minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, natural organic fluorine, silicon, trace minerals and pectin as well as many other powerful nutrients! Distilling also destroys the natural malic and tartaric acids which are important in fighting body toxins and inhibiting unfriendly bacteria. You can see how the public, with their obsession for eye appeal foods, reacts.
The producers of Apple Cider Vinegar, who agree to sell their product for a profit, put a death warrant against healthy, organic, raw, fully ripened ACV.
The public got what they wanted—a clear, appealing, but dead ACV. When natural ACV was hard to find, other strange vinegars began to appear on grocery shelves. Over the years we have seen many stiff-jointed, prematurely old people transform themselves into new, youthful, healthy people! We can't do it for you. You must make the effort to give this ACV and honey program a chance to prove what it can do for you!
However, it is actually the distilled, pasteurized, filtered, malt and synthetic dead vinegars that must be avoided for human consumption! Let us assure you that there is nothing in this wonderful, organic, raw ACV that can in any way harm your body! People ask us about the merits and benefits of ACV. See the inside front cover for a list of some of the miracles it can perform. Animal proteins and fats have a tendency to thicken the blood, while natural acids and enzymes inACV help to keep the blood healthier and thinner.
Also, that's why people naturally crave and serve cranberry sauce which contains four different natural acids with turkey and fowl. They serve applesauce with roast pork dishes, a slice of lemon with fish, or mushrooms with steak —all rich in natural acids.
The use of Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is a wonderful health aid, and the 1 food I recommend in helping to maintain the body's vital acid-alkine balance. Everyone should read the Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar book. About Bragg Paul, and his daughter, Patricia, have been health pioneers for decades.
When the 'engineered fast food' products of science and industry had captured the attention of most Americans, Paul C. Bragg campaigned for a diet and lifestyle that focused on natural live foods and a healthy regime for a vital and long life.
These ideas, based around natural and organic foods, are gaining praise and acceptance world-wide. Paul C. Bragg was a Health Crusader from the age of 16 when he got his health back and vowed to be a crusader for good health. Patricia carries on promoting and encouraging people to take charge of their lives and health.
She is a shining example of the Bragg way to vibrant health.
These pages are dedicated to Paul, Patricia and their friends and associates that continue to make the Bragg Healthy Lifestyle a positive force helping people to a longer, healthier, happier life. Crippled by TB as a teenager, Bragg developed his own eating, breathing and exercising program to rebuild his body into an ageless, tireless, pain-free citadel of glowing, super health.
He excelled in running, swimming, biking, progressive weight training and mountain climbing. He made an early pledge to God, in return for his renewed health, to spend the rest of his life showing others the road to super health.
He honored his pledge! A legend and beloved health crusader to millions, Bragg was the inspiration and personal health and fitness advisor to top Olympic Stars from 4-time swimming Gold Medalist Murray Rose to 3-time track Gold Medalist Betty Cuthbert of Australia, his relative pole-vaulting Gold Medalist , Don Bragg and countless others. J C Penney, Del E.
Webb, Dr. Scholl and Conrad Hilton are just a few who he inspired to long, successful, healthy, active lives! What I got was nothing. This "book" is like if Jehovah's Witnesses worshipped vinegar and did a Watchtower magazine about vinegar. Jul 22, Amber rated it liked it. This book had a lot of good information about ACV and how I should be taking it for my health issues.
It is easy to incorporate into your diet and I have noticed less muscle and joint pain. This is a smaller book and a quick read. Great stuff. Jan 19, Robyn rated it it was ok Shelves: I love apple cider vinegar and I know its healing properties are astounding. I bought this book to learn more about the uses. I was disappointed that it was a rambling mess and much of it was about things like fasting and exercise instead of just a succinct set of uses for ACV.
I started reading it with enthusiasm but then googled Paul Bragg and found out that he was apparently a huge liar. He lied about his age by about 15 years so that he would be able to tout his health program as being a fou I love apple cider vinegar and I know its healing properties are astounding.
He lied about his age by about 15 years so that he would be able to tout his health program as being a fountain of youth -- he claimed he was much older than he was so that people would be impressed and download into his claims so did his "daughter".
He also claims he was raised on an apple farm and lived off of ACV and healthy food. Later it says he lived on a farm and ate terribly -- lots of meat that messed him up. In reality, records show his dad was a government printer, not a farmer, so that's a bit strange.
If you google, you can find more weird stuff out about him and his apparent lies I do realize that some of that could be inaccurate. So after finding all that out, I really took the contents of this book with a grain of salt, which Bragg would have hated since he is, after all, quite opposed to salt. This book did not seem very well organized and did not flow at all.
The Kindle version is hard to scan through in order to find what I was interested in, so I switched to my computer where I could see more at once and scan more easily. I felt like it repeated things all over the place and had random quotes stuck in between paragraphs.
This made it hard to follow on Kindle. I still love my ACV and believe in it, but this book was unhelpful to me. People looking for healthy alternatives. In my cabinets, you will nearly always find, Bragg's old fashioned Apple Cider Vinegar. In my fridge, Bragg's Amminos. So this book sang to the choir in this case. I merely wanted to learn more about the usefulness of AVC. Instead, what I found was A Bragg's lifestyle commercial that included far too much of their religion rather than science, Still, I did learn a few things and felt better about my constant love for AVC water to drink.
In my own life I have seen my waist wittle, my tummy shrink. No, I am not skinny, but I feel better about what is happening with this old bod. It is worth the read, if only for ideas of uses and recipes to include AVC in your daily diet.
This book was one of 6 I picked up at the Newport Public Library's book sale last weekend. I've had good luck with Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar chasing away sore throats, indigestion, headaches, and malaise so thought it'd be an interesting read.
It is, but being that it's written by the producer of the Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar which practically has a monopoly on natural vinegar with "mother", it comes across as highly self-promotional, so I'll probably try some of the recommendations, but may This book was one of 6 I picked up at the Newport Public Library's book sale last weekend.
It is, but being that it's written by the producer of the Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar which practically has a monopoly on natural vinegar with "mother", it comes across as highly self-promotional, so I'll probably try some of the recommendations, but may hold off on declaring the "Bragg Healthy Lifestyle" as a cure for aging. Aug 14, AJ Dreadfulwater rated it really liked it. First read Aug. A wonderful holistic guidebook for natural living from years of experience from naturalists Paul and Patricia Bragg.
Offering many alternative solutions to rid chemicals from the body and from the home with apple cider vinegar and a strong emphasis on daily hydration, breathing exercises, nutritious foods, and human movement. Jan 19, Katie rated it liked it. Picked up some interesting bits of information about what organic apple cider vinegar can do for my healthy.
I don't drink the stuff but I do use it on my hair as a rinse. Who would have thought to use it on your hair? The book was pretty helpful about all the different kinds of uses for the stuff. Well written with tons of information about the causes of ill health. A must read for anyone that wants to take control of there wellness. We ought to assist and not force nature. Nov 03, Heidi rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a very interesting book.
Very well written and well organized. Eye opener on health information Great information easy recipes for optimum health. I tried some and it has improved my energy levels. I recommend for everyone you will feel the difference.
Dec 16, Jerry Graham rated it it was amazing. Miracle working. Quick but valuable read The Braggs are trusted guides for healthy living. If your healthful regimen is wanting try this easy read for a jump start.
Mar 04, Maree-alana rated it really liked it. Oct 10, Christy Keeler rated it it was ok. In addition to being no more than a self-aggrandizing, elf-published book, I agree wholeheartedly with Jodi's https: The language used in the b In addition to being no more than a self-aggrandizing, elf-published book, I agree wholeheartedly with Jodi's https: Jul 14, Victoria rated it it was ok.
Downloaded from the library. I give this a Hmmmm? Interesting tidbits of information regarding Apple Cider Vinegar wedged between testimonials and other useless to me information. I've heard about the benefits of ACV, but because of the format, I found it hard to differentiate between actual uses, how to use, and rah-rah testimonies. I didn't spend a lot of time or effort on this one.
Aug 30, Elizabeth rated it really liked it. Full of good information but very repetitive.
Jul 31, Valerie rated it liked it Shelves: I gave this book a 3 for the content of the information, but would have given it zero stars for the quality of the writing. I'll start with that. I was appalled at the quality or lack thereof of the writing, as well as the lack of organization of the information contained. The grammar and writing style seemed juvenile and downright uneducated; I can't believe someone with a PhD could produce something of such poor qua I gave this book a 3 for the content of the information, but would have given it zero stars for the quality of the writing.
The grammar and writing style seemed juvenile and downright uneducated; I can't believe someone with a PhD could produce something of such poor quality in terms of the writing, not the information.
There were too many grammatical errors to count, and the content was so poorly organized that it didn't flow at all. It was written almost like the authors just recorded their train of thought like journaling and never went back to edit or organize the information.
I've really never seen anything like it, and it was clearly self-published, because no editor or publishing company would allow something written in this manner to be distributed. Having said that. I was fascinated to read what they had to say about the nutritional and healing properties contained in apple cider vinegar, and I'm eager to experiment with some of them myself. There was also other information about natural health not related to ACV that I found interesting though much of it was either common sense or information I already knew.
I became interested in apple cider vinegar's healthful and healing properties after reading references to it in other books, as well as my own personal experience of removing warts from my hand using ACV it really works!! Because of that successful past experience with ACV, I will try taking it daily as prescribed in the book to see if it has the effects described by the authors.
I also plan to read a couple of other books and do further research. But to be honest, if I hadn't had a personal successful experience with ACV and had not seen it referenced in other credible sources, reading this book alone would not have convinced me to try it; to me, the poor writing results in a definite lack of credibility and makes it very difficult to take the authors seriously.
View all 3 comments. Jun 03, Vasu rated it did not like it. I wasn't very impressed with this book, though I have read most of the Bragg health books. ACV is represented here to be some miracle health tonic that can cure anything and do everything. It seems like much of this is related to the potassium content of the ACV, as she writes "potassium rich" multiple times throughout the book and gives descriptions of how beneficial potassium is for the body and health.