Bragg’s Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

Fall is in the air and that means colds, flues, sore throats, and achy bodies with high fevers.

I love the fall weather and the crisp air, but every single year I would come down with a cold that would go into the flue and severe strep throat. EVERY YEAR ! Not exactly something to look forward to, and we aren’t necessarily talking about only getting it once or twice a year. I went to the Dr. every year and religiously got my flue shots too, but it didn’t seem to matter. This went on for me for about 20 years. It was disgusting.

About 8-10 years ago I became aware of Bragg’s Raw Apple Cider Vinegar. The person that turned me onto Bragg’s insisted that it would help with the flue and many other problems too. I was only concerned about the flue.

I bought a small bottle (it’s about $5) that lasts me about two months. I do not take as much as they recommend because it upset my stomach. Here is what I take: Every morning I start my day by put about one (1) ounce of Bragg’s in a small fruit glass, then add about 3 or 4 ounces of apple juice to this and drink it. Then I follow this up with another 3 or 4 ounces of apple juice for a chaser.

Not here’s the wonderful part. I haven’t had a cold, or the flue or strep throat since I started doing this !
I also take other precaution too. If I am exposed to anyone that I know has the flue or a cold I take another dose of Bragg’s as soon as I get back home. When I was still working I kept a bottle at work in case I was exposed there.

Just to be safe I still get my flue shot from the Doctor, but I know this is not what keeps me healthy.

Until you get your taste buds accustomed to the taste it will taste strong, but after a couple of weeks you’ll start feeling like your missing something if you don’t get your dose.

I swear by this stuff, and I insist on using Bragg’s. I’ve also tried other brands, but they just aren’t the same.

Have a good and healthy fall.

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