Mystery Fatigue and Cravings — Solved!

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By Elizabeth Walling

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Apple cider vinegar can end fatigue, sugar cravings and yeast infections

It often takes years for someone to realize candida is the mystery illness behind symptoms like fatigue, poor memory, sugar cravings and yeast infections. Fortunately, once you identify candida as the problem, it can often be treated swiftly without a prescription. Natural methods are actually far superior to any drug on the market. One of the simplest ways to treat candida at home is with apple cider vinegar.

Apple cider vinegar is rich in natural enzymes that can regulate the presence of candida in the body. It helps encourage the growth of healthy bacteria, which in turn minimizes the overgrowth of candida. Apple cider vinegar also balances your body’s pH level. These properties not only clear up candida, though. Once you start using it, the benefits of apple cider vinegar will extend to all areas of your health.

Buying the right apple cider vinegar makes all the difference. Much of the apple cider vinegar you’ll find in your local grocery store is simply white distilled vinegar with caramel coloring added to it. What you’re looking for is raw, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar, preferably unfiltered and organic. This type of vinegar will contain the nutrients you need to combat candida.

The key to effectively using apple cider vinegar to cure yeast problems is to take it every day at a dose of 1-2 tablespoons. Apple cider vinegar can only balance pH levels if it is constantly present. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to sip all day on a tall glass of water mixed with one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Feel free to sweeten the drink with stevia for a refreshingly sweet and tangy flavor combination. Another relaxing way to enjoy apple cider vinegar is in a cup of hot tea lightly sweetened with honey.

Cooking with apple cider vinegar is another way to get your daily serving. Use it in place of white vinegar or even wine in your favorite recipes. It’s also ideal for making vinaigrette salad dressings.

If you have external signs of candida, such as yeast or fungal infections, you can apply apple cider vinegar topically to help deal with this problem. Apply directly to the affected area or add a cup of apple cider vinegar to a warm bath.

Keep in mind your symptoms may get worse for the first few days when starting a regimen of apple cider vinegar. This is typical when treating candida and is caused by the yeast rapidly dying off. You may notice a headache and foggy thinking for a couple of days, but after that symptoms should clear quickly.


Elizabeth Walling is a freelance writer specializing in health and family nutrition. She enjoys thinking outside of the box and challenging common myths about health and wellness. You can visit her blog to learn more: http://www.livingthenourishedlife.com.

 

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References

Lawson, Cheryline. Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Cure Yeast Infection. The American Chronicle. (2009)

Paul, Linda. Apple Cider Vinegar. Bella Online. (2008)

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  1. Vickie Turner says

    I love apple cider vinegar. I used to get leg cramps all the time. When I was still driving a big rig for a living, I always had a bottle mixed of equal parts apple cider vinegar & honey within easy reach. When I felt it coming on I would grab my bottle, shake & just squirt it in my mouth, then follow with some water. The cramp was gone almost immediately, with no residual ache or pain. I also found that it curbs hunger & just plain makes me feel better. I have passed this info along to many I know, with great effectiveness. It’s truly a great gift we have been given. I use it every day & feel better & better for doing so. Blessings to you for all of your helpful information!

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