Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar begins life as apple juice or sweet cider. It is the ever-present bacteria in the air that converts the alcohol in cider, wine, and beer, into acetic acid, which gives vinegar its characteristic sharp sour taste.

Vinegar, which comes from the Latin term “sour wine,” has been with us for thousands of years and has so many uses and medicinal properties, it’s arguably one of the most underrated natural substances.

Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid, vitamin C, and B vitamins. Acetic acid can increase the body’s absorption of important minerals from the foods we eat.

Studies have shown that Apple Cider Vinegar causes a sharp reduction in bad bacteria which can be found on meat, proving Blue Dane’s high quality proteins to be some of the safest of its type.

After prolonged use Blue Dane consumers are now reporting instances of the benefits of the Apple Cider such as, “Elimination of fungus on the dog’s chest”, “Reduced itching on the skin” and “Increased bowl movement”, these are just a few to mention and only a fraction of benefits that Apple Cider Vinegar has to offer. See below for a more comprehensive list of benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar.