Can apple cider vinegar get rid of plaque in the arteries? How many spoonfuls a day for it to work?

5 Responses to “Can apple cider vinegar get rid of plaque in the arteries? How many spoonfuls a day for it to work?”

  1. rudenski Says:

    Apple Cider Vinegar with a dash of cayenne will help with your circulation and revitalize your whole body. To get excellent results,
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  2. missjules81 Says:

    I don't know if it can, but I do not recommend it. My mom had a very bad reaction and lost taste for a long time, and had other bad reactions to the apple cider vinegar.

  3. Tasha Says:

    I must admit I haven't heard of this as a remedy for arteries. I have heard, however, that simple lecithin granules [or caps] can and does apparently, reverse fatty deposits in the body [and arteries] Lecithin granules can be added to your cereal in the morning for breaky and caps can simply be taken with food or drink
    OK good luck with your efforts.

  4. mom101 Says:

    I hear Worcestershire Sauce does too. One tablespoon a day.

  5. Ken Says:

    I have heard of this but doubt if it is the panacea people claim it is. Vinegar is citric acid and does dissolve many things. It may be harmful if taken in too large a dose. I would not recommend using it straight by the spoon full.