Is it true that apple cider vinegar helps circulation?


Absolutely. Apple cider vinegar has a lot of different benefits. One of which is to remove calcium deposits in blood vessel walls. In fact, there was a study conducted on dairy cows that showed a positive change in the blood vessels of cows fed apple cider vinegar. During slaughter, the cows fed the vinegar required much less pressure to cut through larger blood vessels. That indicates, ingesting apple cider vinegar helped to reduce calcium build-up in those blood vessels. 

Apple cider vinegar also helps tremendously with circulation and with providing acid the stomach is supposed to furnish but sometimes doesn’t.

I recommend 2 tablespoons in water twice a day with meals.


Last Updated: August 16, 2018
Originally Published: May 28, 2012