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Cider Vinegar

Margaret Hills

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Musculoskeletal medicine, Complementary therapies, healing & health

A regular dosage of cider vinegar can help to reduce arthritic pain and improve mobility; this book contains a wide array of recipes, suggestions and usages for anyone who wants to try this gentle, all-natural protocol.

Fully updated in a new, contemporary edition - the bestselling guide to cider vinegar, and its role in reducing pain and improving mobility.

Hundreds of thousands of people with arthritis have been helped by the Margaret Hills Clinic and by Margaret's bestselling book, Treating Arthritis: The Drug-free Way. Cider vinegar is a cornerstone of the treatment protocol, and this companion title has been completely updated with all-new recipes featuring this amazing natural product, in addition to suggesting a wide variety of other uses, all of which can help to reduce arthritic pain and joint stiffness.

Embracing the simple principles that make this drug-free protocol so effective, this book will help you to make cider vinegar a regular part of your daily diet, and offer insight into just why it is so effective. In addition to reducing inflammation and improving mobility, cider vinegar can aid with weight loss - it can also replace many of the chemically-derived products in your home, or in your personal care routine, making your environment a healthier and potentially much less toxic one.

The very many recipes in this book all feature the wonder ingredient that is cider vinegar, and they all cater for vegetarians and vegans. There are recommendations for those managing auto-immune conditions such as coeliac disease, or food allergies, and the emphasis throughout is on fresh, raw, local ingredients.

Cider Vinegar complements Margaret Hills' renowned Treating Arthritis programme to offer gentle, natural and manageable steps to reduce pain and improve mobility.

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