For years, apple cider vinegar has been used for various household and cooking processes. According to science and to Carol Johnston, PhD, a registered dietician and professor at the School of Nutrition and Health Promotion at Arizona State, apple cider vinegar does have actual positive effects when used to remedy certain things. Organic apple cider vinegar is antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal, plus it is all natural and inexpensive. Many false claims have been circulating stating that apple cider vinegar could cure acne, clean a open cut and suppress an appetite. While some are far-fetched, like the ones just mentioned, there are many scientifically proven uses of apple cider vinegar. Benefits of vinegar include: canceling out some of the carbs you eat, can lower blood pressure, can naturally clean fruits and veggies, kills bad breath, deodorizes smelly feet and balances body’s pH levels. All vinegars contain acetic acid, malic acid and almost all the minerals, vitamins and trace elements that our bodies need. Lastly, when trying to incorporate apple cider vinegar into your daily routine, make sure to dilute it with water as the acid can eat away at tooth enamel.