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I am Strangely Drawn to Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar Drink

I am Strangely Drawn to Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar Drink

I know I have a high tolerance for healthy food that doesn’t exactly taste the best. 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 […]

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I know I have a high tolerance for healthy food that doesn’t exactly taste the best.

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.


19 Comments

  • Beth says:

    I apologize for getting off topic. I really like the new Bragg drinks especially the concord grape flavor. Since the Bragg drinks are quite strong I usually add some fruit juice to it. It helps me with weight loss.

  • Beth says:

    Does anyone know ? I have had gall bladder surgery and have a metal clamp in my body. Is it okay for me to take detox baths with Epsom salts and lavender oil? Since a detox bath removes heavy metals from your body would it cause the metal clamp to move or something? I don’t know. Can someone tell me?

  • Hello, I drink the ACV with a good amount of Wheatgrass in a separate drink; and I squirt a shot if Braggs liquid aminos that helps with the taste and adds more nutrients to the tonic. HUGE!!!! Change in energy, and, feelings of happiness with more focus and confidence. Hope this helps someone that’s curious of the effects. I know everyone is different but with the nutrients…. Why not.

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    I’m assuming having a blog like yours would cost a pretty
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  • Dan says:

    I drink this 6 times a day. Once right when I wake up and then right before my meals and healthy snacks for the day. I mix 2 tablespoons with a dash of pure stevia then one cup of cold filtered water. I chug it and it it tastes awesome. I highly recommend stevia with this, the real stevia too not that crap you’d buy in packets from your local supermarket.

  • deb says:

    This is deb again, I meant to say drink 1 time daily or would it be alright to drink a few times a day?

  • deb says:

    This would be my first time trying ACV and I’m wondering how often do I drink the ACV? Should I just drink 1 time or several times?
    Thanks
    Deb

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Deb,

      I can’t say what would be safe or not but I wouldn’t have any qualms about me drinking it a few times per day. I probably would only do it once per day, however.

      Live well,
      Max

  • Liz says:

    I’ve been creating my own ACV tonic for some time now, and I think I’ve got a pretty good recipe down.
    1 cup brewed organic green tea
    1 TBSP raw honey
    2 tsp Bragg’s ACV
    juice from 1/2 of a fresh lemon
    1/2 cup R.W. Knudson brand Morning Blend juice
    drink chilled.
    every aspect of this mixture is beneficial, especially when combined. the tartness of the fruit juices blends perfectly to neutralize the vinegary flavor.
    food for thought!!

  • Caitlin says:

    Thank you for that clarification. I’ve been drinking ACV off and on since 1994 — it seems to keep my stomach issues at a minimal — and I’d never heard about straws and diminishing tooth enamel. I got scared for a minute upon reading that above, until I read your email, Derik. Personally, I’ve never had changes in the coloring of my teeth through all my years with ACV. Again, thank you, Derik!!

  • Derik says:

    Just wanted to add that you should NOT brush your teeth after drinking ACV or anything acidic as this will do more harm than good to your enamel. Drinking ACV without a straw isn’t any worse for your teeth than drinking a soda without a straw.

  • Charlotte says:

    I need to try this. I recently bought some Bragg apple cider vinegar when I switched to a baking soda/vinegar hair washing routine. But, as it turns out, my hair does just fine without the vinegar rinse, so now I have a big bottle of Bragg to use. I’m still trying to muster up the courage to give it a try! Based on what’s in the “drink” version, it sounds like I’ll want to add a bit of honey to make it go down a bit easier.

    Thanks for the post!

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Charlotte,

      Yes, give it a try. Making it yourself would probably not be hard but you’ll have to tinker with the exact measurements/recipe.

      I go through a few bottles of this Bragg’s drink a week. I love it!

      Live well,
      Max

  • amy says:

    I tried this a few weeks ago and love it!

  • eli says:

    I drinkl it sometimes…mix it with water…add honey…I like it. The only thing is to be careful for the acid not to touch your teeth,drink it with a strraw and brush teeth after
    I also like you are subconciously drawn to anything that is healthy,lol

    • Max Goldberg says:

      Hi Eli,

      Thanks so much!

      Yes, the acid can’t be good for the teeth, although the vinegar is good for the body.

      Live well,
      Max

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