Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Health System by Paul C. Bragg N.D., Ph.D., and Patricia Bragg N.D., Ph.D.

Posted: July 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
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A couple of weeks ago I attended the Health Freedom Expo in Chicago and was blessed to be able to go to Patricia Bragg’s lecture. My mom and grandma had read her books in the past, but I personally did not know much about her until the expo. Despite Bragg’s age (she wouldn’t tell anyone how old she is, but I looked her up on Wikipedia and that indicates she is 83), she is full of energy and quite excited about life! She was constantly on the move while she was talking–walking up and down the aisles and jogging in place at the front of the room at one point. After mentioning how unhealthy it is to cross your legs while sitting, Bragg even dared to tap the legs of those members in the audience who were sitting improperly to encourage them to improve their posture. After listening to her lecture, I picked up a couple of her books. I just finished reading her Apple Cider Vinegar book, and it’s amazing how many health problems apple cider vinegar can dramatically improve or even erase!

In this book, Patricia and her father Paul Bragg provide all kinds of advice on using apple cider vinegar to help everything from obesity to fungus problems to chronic fatigue. They also give information on other supplements and techniques to improve one’s health naturally along with apple cider vinegar. The book contains pages and pages of testimonials from Bragg followers who have successfully improved their health by using apple cider vinegar, and many celebrities even use Bragg techniques to stay healthy. At the expo, Patricia Bragg shared that she has been Clint Eastwood’s nutritionist for 55 years.

The use of apple cider vinegar for good health is not a new fad. People have used it for thousands of years, and it’s much safer than traditional medications. The Bragg company produces and sells apple cider vinegar which is created from organic apples; you can find their brand in health food stores and even in some normal grocery stores. If you don’t care for the taste of the plain apple cider vinegar, the Bragg company also offers other flavors of apple cider vinegar drinks, including Concord Grape-Acai and Limeade.

I have chosen this book for my next giveaway; you can enter the drawing for Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Health System at! The contest will end on July 25, 2012.

The picture I posted is from the Health Freedom Expo–Patricia Bragg agreed to pose with me after her lecture! You can visit the Bragg website at

  1. Gil Herek says:

    Apple cider vinegar has a reputation for being almost a miracle cure for acne prone skin. While it is very good for eliminating pimples and preventing acne from forming, it is that more efficient for getting rid of acne scars. Apple cider vinegar is produced by fermentation, a process that turns sugar into acetic acid. While all vinegars go through the same process of fermentation, they still keep the flavors and benefits of their ingredients. So using apple vinegar is not the same as using wine vinegar. The latter is much stronger and should not be applied to the skin..

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