Vinegar to cleanse the arteries

Updated February 21, 2017

Using vinegar is a natural way to cleanse the arteries of plague. It can reduce cholesterol if you take it orally in small amounts every day. The ingredient in apple cider vinegar is a type of fibre that will helps whisk fat out the system and arteries. If you are currently taking pharmaceutical drugs to clear your arteries, ask your doctor if you could add apple cider vinegar to your diet.

Apple cider vinegar

The main ingredient in apple cider vinegar that helps clear arteries is called pectin. It's a type of soluble fruit fibre that binds to fat cells and allows the body to flush them out of your body naturally. The amino acids found in apple cider vinegar also help reduce your low density lipoprotein (LDL) count, which is a dangerous type of cholesterol found in the body. High fibre diets are linked to low cholesterol, low body weight, and healthier bodies. Too much plaque accumulation in your arteries can cause heart disease, heart failure, aneurysms, and dangerous blood clots. Ingesting up to 25 grams (0.9 oz) of fibre each day will help keep your cholesterol low and your arteries clear. It also keeps you feeling full longer so that you don't eat as much.

Vinegar consumption

To control your cholesterol levels and keep your arteries clean, drink at least 1 tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar each day. Because it is a very acidic drink, it is best to mix it with some water or juice in a 50/50 concentration. If you are over 90.7 kg (200 lb), drink 2 tablespoons per day. The vinegar is also reputed to curb hunger pangs because of its high acidic content. Apple cider vinegar is a natural health remedy, but you should consult with your doctor beforehand to see if the diet is right for you. After 30 days of consuming apple cider vinegar daily, have your cholesterol levels checked at a doctor's office to see if the remedy is working.

Unique compounds

Apple cider vinegar has a unique compound in it that increases your level of nitric oxide in the bloodstream, which keeps your arteries open and blood flowing through. When your arteries harden and constrict from a high-fat diet, blood clots form and your risk of heart attack is elevated significantly. Apple cider vinegar also contains tartaric and malic acids which help digest food. The faster food is digested, the less likely that it will turn into fat and clog your arteries.

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Susan Reynolds has been a writer since 2008. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of South Florida and is a licensed real estate agent in Florida.