by Nature's Truth |
Item # 980031884
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Model # NT12781 |

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  • 4 capsules equivalent to 15 ml of apple cider vinegar liquid
  • Supports overall wellness†
  • Gluten-free, dairy-free, preservative-free
  • Non-GMO
  • No gluten, dairy or soy
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Support your wellness goals with Nature's Truth® Apple Cider Vinegar (240 ct.), using an extra-strength apple cider vinegar formula.† Each vegetarian capsule contains 600 milligrams of this long-used ingredient, standardized to contain 35% acetic acid.

Nutritional Properties of Nature's Truth Apple Cider Vinegar

A fermented juice made from crushed apples, apple cider vinegar contains some pectin; vitamins B1, B2, and B6; biotin; folic acid; niacin; pantothenic acid; and Vitamin C. In addition, raw apple cider vinegar contains small amounts of sodium, phosphorous, potassium, calcium, iron and magnesium. Finally, apple cider vinegar contains significant quantities of acetic acid and citric acid.

What Health Benefits Does Apple Cider Vinegar Offer?

Apple cider vinegar is a popular nutritional supplement typically available in liquid form. Using a revolutionary formula, this apple cider vinegar pill makes it easier to get the benefits of apple cider vinegar in convenient, easy-to-swallow, quick-release capsules.

Taken alone or with honey, apple cider vinegar is typically used to support weak bones (osteoporosis), promote weight loss, relieve leg cramps and pain, calm upset stomach, soothe sore throats, treat sinus problems, lower high blood pressure, relieve arthritis, rid the body of toxins, stimulate thinking, slow the aging process, regulate blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and fight infection.

Because of its benefits, some people also apply apple cider vinegar to the skin to treat acne, as a skin toner, to soothe sunburn and insect bites, for shingles and to prevent dandruff.

Is Nature's Truth Apple Cider Vinegar Safe?

More research needs to be done into cider vinegar to determine how effective it is in treating any of the conditions it is believed to address. While considered to be likely safe for short-term medicinal purposes, there have been reports of long-term use leading to potassium deficiencies and possible complications in blood sugar regulation for those with diabetes.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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