And what are some of those foods?
Well, the first thing that comes to mind is wheatgrass. I’ve been drinking two ounces of it almost every single day for the past few months.
While getting wheatgrass down has certainly gotten easier over time, it still isn’t exactly enjoyable. Yet, I continue drinking wheatgrass because I know the health benefits are second to none.
As someone who is constantly on the prowl for new and interesting organic products, I had been well aware of Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar Drink for quite a while but never bothered to try it. Why?
Not really sure. I guess the apple cider vinegar part wasn’t that appealing.
So, last week I tried it and to be very honest, the first few sips weren’t that great.
It tasted like, well, vinegar.
Yet, as I kept drinking it, something happened. I started to really like it and the apple cider part became much more prominent.
Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar Drink has a slightly bitter, apple taste and is quite similar to kombucha, in that it has a real kick to it.
Maybe I am subconsciously drawn to anything that has serious health benefits. Apple cider vinegar is supposed to have many healing, detox, and cleansing properties. (Side Note: A former naturopath of mine had me take apple cider vinegar baths to remove heavy metals.)
While others may have different opinions about this beverage, I am strangely drawn to Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar Drink. I just can’t explain why but I am.
The ingredients of Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar Drink include distilled water, Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar and organic honey.