Apple cider vinegar is made from the fermented juice of crushed apples. Apple cider vinegar contains significant quantities of acetic acid. Acetic acid makes up around 5–6% of apple cider vinegar. It is classified as a “weak acid,” but still has fairly strong acidic properties when it is concentrated. In addition to acetic acid, vinegar contains trace amounts of other acids, vitamins and minerals.
Apple cider vinegar has many uses which is why it has become such a popular supplement across all age groups.
As a dietary supplements, take 1 capsules daily with 8-12 oz of water or as directed by your healthcare professional.