Apple Cider Vinegar & CKD: To Drink or Not To Drink?

Have you heard that apple cider vinegar is good for your health? Like many supplements, there may be some truth to the health claims, however apple cider vinegar is not a magic remedy.

If you have chronic kidney disease,  there are some considerations you will want to make before you try apple  cider vinegar as a health supplement.

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has been used  for a wide variety of health benefits. It is made from fermenting apples  or apple cider. The fermentation process adds yeast.

Is Apple Cider Vinegar Safe for CKD Patients? Often, people with kidney disease need to avoid consuming too much potassium. Apple cider vinegar is high in potassium.

The most common recommended dose of  apple cider vinegar is 1 to 2 tablespoons a day, however you may want to  confirm with your health care professional.

Apple cider vinegar can be included in a  number of recipes. You can use it to make a salad dressing or simply  sprinkle right onto your salad. You can use it to make mayonnaise.

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