If you’ve read my previous post, you already know that apple cider vinegar has some pretty good benefits. But what is the difference between organic and non-organic apple cider vinegar? Is it worth the higher price tag for the organic version? Well, it’s just only apple cider vinegar. Just by understanding the difference between the two can be very beneficial to your overall health.
Organic Vs Non-Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
If you look at the organic apple cider vinegar and non-organic apple cider vinegar one looks cloudy while the other does not. This is because the non-organic version has gone through a pasteurization process while the organic has not. Which means the nutritional natural enzymes in the organic apple cider vinegar is still intact. While the natural enzymes in the non-organic apple cider vinegar have been removed during the pasteurization process. The clarification of the vinegar through the heating and distilling process increased its shelf life. Plus, apples used in non-organic apple cider vinegar is usually not regulated by the USDA. You don’t know what type of chemicals are being used on non-organic apples.
What’s Up With Organic Apple Cider Vinegar?
Organic apple cider vinegar contains USDA certified organically grown apples. Which means the use of or type of pesticides are heavily regulated on the apples used. Also, it contains the apple peel which is rich in antioxidants. Furthermore, another factor is that it’s raw and unpasteurized, meaning rich in valuable enzymes. Most of all, organic apple cider vinegar consists of the “Mother” of vinegar which is the natural cloudy substance found in raw organic vinegar. Since it’s made up of protein enzyme molecules highly known for its health benefits.
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