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    Is Apple cider vinegar 'paleo'?

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    Have just read about the benefits of ACV, and was wondering if it was good to take on a daily basis.

    Is contains many trace elements, including magnesium...

    Thoughts?

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    I had no problem with using it to help kill off my candida.

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    I use it all the time. Why wouldn't you?
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    Wikepedia:

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    A report regarding an Austrian patient who had consumed excessive amounts of apple cider vinegar (up to 250ml per day) for six years suggests that long-term, high dosage intake of apple cider vinegar can lower potassium levels in the body as well as reduce bone density (osteoporosis); it is theorized that excessive intake of vinegar can cause hypokalemia, hyperreninemia, and osteoporosis.[8]

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    I dont think anyone could drink that much in one day, it tastes terrible. I was having not even a full tbs in a large glass of water.

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    Watch for the acidic effects on your teeth, but if you use Whole30 as your uber-strict guide then all kinds of vinegar APART FROM MALT are fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaijinx View Post
    Wikepedia:

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    A report regarding an Austrian patient who had consumed excessive amounts of apple cider vinegar (up to 250ml per day) for six years suggests that long-term, high dosage intake of apple cider vinegar can lower potassium levels in the body as well as reduce bone density (osteoporosis); it is theorized that excessive intake of vinegar can cause hypokalemia, hyperreninemia, and osteoporosis.[8]
    I stand corrected!!!
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    It's paleo in the same way Coconut Oil is. You may not find it in such quantities in the wild, but it isn't necessarily bad for you.

    Be careful, when I tried it I noticed my enamel getting weaker and my teeth more sensitive.

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    I use it on my salads with olive oil. I have been using the braggs for a few years now.
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    I sure as shoot hope not. I make the best mayonnaise in the history of mayonnaise and it requires two tablespoons of ACV.

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