Most health gurus describe apple cider vinegar as a wonder elixir beneficial for your body. But in markets, you’ll notice a few different kinds. White vinegar or synthetic vinegar is mostly made of chemicals that most doctors, don’t recommend. Another one you can find is apple cider vinegar. Apple vinegar is further divided into two types, filtered or unfiltered. Here, apple cider vinegar with mother is something most doctors may claim is the better.

 



Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother

This is the best apple vinegar you can find. It has some consistency, making this an opaque solution, differentiating it from the other kind of ACV. It is also called raw or unfiltered apple cider vinegar, with “with mother” written on its label. But;

 

What is Mother in Apple Cider Vinegar?

To understand mother, let's see how apple cider vinegar is made.

After breaking down the process, in simple terms, apple cider vinegar is made through a two-step process. It starts with adding yeast to apple juice, which is extracted from the best locally grown.

In the second step, bacteria is added to the mix. This converts the alcohol made after the first step to acetic acid, which is beneficial for gut health. In this whole process, the bacteria added in the second step is known as the mother. Why? Because it is the catalyst that gives rise to the vinegar, giving it a raw-like consistency.

 

 

Many store-bought apple vinegar has the mother removed through a filtration process or by pasteurization. This changes the cloudy appearance to a transparent juice-like form. The reason for doing this is because most people think the cloudy appearance is because the apple cider vinegar has gone bad. This is a misconception, in fact, the mother is the healthiest part of apple cider vinegar.

 

Importance of the mother

Mothers are an important part of human growth. Similarly, in apple cider vinegar mother consists of dozens of good bacteria, which often goes by the name probiotics. Although there is a separate debate for it, let’s not get into that, it will just get confusing.

You know food contains enzymes that can help you consume foods. However, these enzymes often get destroyed while cooking. The mother itself contains enzymes that help you better absorb nutrients your body needs. (Consult your doctor and nutritionist for full information on nutrients and their effect on your body)

Consuming raw apple cider vinegar with mother daily is known to be useful in maintaining normal body processes. For starters, it works to keep your body to increase insulin sensitivity and ensure a steady release of sugar into your bloodstream.(1) Studies have also suggested that apple cider vinegar may help boost feelings of satiety. This makes you feel full for longer and possibly help you to lose weight.(2)

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What About Picturized Apple Cider Vinegar?

Pasteurized apple cider vinegar has the mother element removed making it a regular apple vinegar. It doesn’t mean it's not useful, it's just not as healthy as apple cider vinegar with mother. Pasteurized apple cider vinegar is the best choice for a household cleanser.

 

 

 

What’s the Best Way to Use Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother?

As mentioned, apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid, similar to one found in our stomachs. Consuming it raw from the bottle is NOT RECOMMENDED. However, for drinking add one tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass of water. Most recipes even use no more than 2 tablespoons for a whole dish. Before using apple cider vinegar, please consult your doctor or nutritionist to know any possible side effects, reactions, and recommended doses.

 

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Sources / References / Citations
(1) Johnston, C.S., Kim, C.M., Buller, A.J. (2004). Vinegar Improves Insulin Sensitivity to a High-Carbohydrate Meal in Subjects With Insulin Resistance or Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care. 27(1): 281-282.

(2) Johnston, C.S., Buller, A.J. (2005). Vinegar and peanut products as complementary foods to restore postprandial glycemia. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 105(12):1939-42.

 

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