"I'm very happy with the product that i recieved.. I have other friends that now would like to also take the apple cider vinegar capsules.. In a week i have lost just over 2 kilos.. Very happy customer.." -- Connie (hospital assistant) *
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Anonymous - May 11, 2006, 16:40
what is this apple cider vinegar for?
ZooScape Moderator - May 25, 2006, 13:16
Apple Cider Vinegar with Bromelain and Apple Pectin is designed to help aid in a health weight loss routine.
Apple Cider Vinegar is used for weight loss, digestive difficulties, joint pain and infections. Apple Cider Vinegar also serves as an effective blood thinner, a detoxifier and/or a diuretic. Hippocrates, the Greek Father of Medicine, prescribed apple cider vinegar for its powerful cleansing, healing and germ fighting abilities.
Bromelain is a powerful concentrated enzyme found in pineapples is used to break down and digest foods! Proper metabolism and digestion of food, and fats in particular, is an essential component of any weight loss program!
Apple Pectin, in the diets of humans and lab animals, has been shown to increase the excretion of lipids, cholesterol and bile acids and reduce serum cholesterol levels. Pectins operate by binding with bile acids, thereby decreasing cholesterol and fat absorption.
I'm very happy with the product that i recieved.. I have other friends that now would like to also take the apple cider vinegar capsules.. In a week i have lost just over 2 kilos.. Very happy customer..
(Profession: hospital assistant)
-- October 17, 2003
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