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Re: ACV kills friendly bacteria?


Found this in comments on a Bragg website posting:

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How many hours apart from my pro­bi­otic cap­sule and ACV?
ACV sounds great but will it kill off pro­bi­otic sup­ple­ment?
Thank you!

Comment by Diane — December 9, 2013 @ 4:53 AM


Hello Diane,

It is rec­om­mended to wait at least one hour between tak­ing sup­ple­ments and Apple Cider Vine­gar. If in doubt, con­sult your med­ical professional!

Bless­ings of Health, Peace & Love!
Patricia

Comment by admin — December 9, 2013 @ 11:15 AM


I am hav­ing a real dilemma about your prod­uct — is it a “pro­bi­otic” or not? If it is, where can I obtain doc­u­men­tion that it is????

Comment by Elaine — June 4, 2014 @ 6:01 PM


Hello Elaine,

Apple Cider Vine­gar can be con­sid­ered both a pro-biotic and a pre-biotic. As a fer­mented food, it is a pro­bi­otic prod­uct and has all of the asso­ci­ated health ben­e­fits. Due to the con­tent of the sol­u­ble apple pectin fibers in ACV, it is also a prebiotic!

We hope this helps.

Bless­ings of Health, Peace & Love!
Bragg Live Food Products

Comment by admin — June 18, 2014 @ 1:52 PM
 

 
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