Can I drink apple cider vinegar everyday?

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Can I drink apple cider vinegar everyday?

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answered 2 days ago by Marybeth122 (1,770 points)
You can drink apple cider vinegar everyday although some people may experience some side effects.

The side effects of drinking apple cider vinegar everyday include skin burns, drug interactions, throat burns, erosion of tooth enamel, low potassium levels and bone loss, digestive issues and delayed stomach emptying.

Apple cider vinegar does cleanse and detox the liver as apple cider vinegar is incredible detoxification actions which work to flush out any harmful toxins from your liver which can hinder the normal functions of the liver.

Consumption of apple cider vinegar also helps promote weight loss, lessen and reduce inflammation, and lower cholesterol levels.

Juices that cleanse the liver are green juice, celery juice, carrot juice, lemon juice, orange juice, tomato juice, beetroot juice.

Foods that are good for liver repair and liver health are fatty fish, berries, nuts, whole grains and cruciferous vegetables.

Also drinking coffee and green tea which contain antioxidants are also good for liver repair and liver health.

Green tea is good for your liver as green tea is high in antioxidants which helps flush toxins out of your liver and body and also improves the liver enzyme levels which also help to reduce the oxidative stress and fat deposits that occur on the liver.

The vitamins that are good for liver repair are vitamin B, C, E and D which are essential for proper liver function and repair of the liver.

Water does help flush your liver and keep your liver healthy.

Being dehydrated also affects your liver and by drinking water and staying hydrated you keep your liver healthy and flush the liver of toxins.

Drinking water with a bit of lemon in it can help to detox your liver as well.

The early signs of liver problems are.

Skin and eyes which appear yellowish (jaundice)
Abdominal pain and swelling.
Swelling in the legs and ankles.
Itchy skin.
Dark urine color.
Pale stool color.
Chronic fatigue.
Nausea or vomiting.

The part of the body that itches when you have liver problems are the limbs, the soles of your feet, or the palms of your hands.

In some cases you may itch all over your body when you have liver problems.

Liver damage can sometimes be reversed if the liver is not severely damaged.

Minor liver damage that begins such as from alcohol consumption can sometimes be reversed.

But severe liver damage cannot be reversed and the only cure for severe liver damage is to have a liver transplant.

When you have liver disease your nails will usually be mostly white in color or have darker rims.

With liver disease your nails such as your fingernails may also look like Jaundice color.

Your liver can and does affect your nails.

When you have liver problems your nails color may change which can be an indicator of liver disease.

If the nails are mostly white with darker rims, this can indicate liver problems, such as hepatitis.

If your nails have a Jaundice look to them that can also be a sign and indicator of liver disease.

Brushing your nails does make them stronger.

For best results, brush your nails two to three times per week.

However, should you wish to do it more that's okay as well, so long as you don't irritate the cuticle or brush too harshly.

Regular nail grooming can also help boost the strength of your nails, encouraging growth and reducing breakage.

Some ways to keep your nails well-maintained include: keeping your nails dry and clean, which keeps bacteria from growing beneath them.

To keep your nails clean and healthy brush your nails often and clean underneath the nails as well as on top of the nails.

Also clip and cut your fingernails to keep them from growing too long.

If you do not cut your nails regularly they can grow too long and easily get damaged and broken and you may actually rip or tear a nail off during injury.

Because of their length, longer fingernails can harbor more dirt and bacteria than short nails, thus potentially contributing to the spread of infection.

To help prevent the spread of germs and nail infections: Keep nails short and trim them often.

A nail whether fingernail or toenail will grow back if removed or ripped off etc due to injury.

Nails such as fingernails and toenails do have the ability to grow back but it will take a few months to even 6 months or so before the fingernail or toenail grows back fully.

Fingernails can regrow entirely in three to six months.

Fingers or toes that have sustained injuries that affect the nail bed and the matrix grow more slowly than unaffected nails for about three months.

After a nail separates from the nail bed for whatever reason, it will not reattach.

A new nail will have to grow back in its place.

Nails grow back slowly.

It takes about 6 months for a fingernail and up to 18 months for a toenail to grow back.

If you rip a nail off you should do the following.

Cover the nail with tape or an adhesive bandage until the nail has grown out enough to protect the finger or toe.
If you trim off the detached nail, you will have less worry about the nail catching and tearing.

What are the stages of nail regrowth?

Nails grow from underneath your skin at the matrix, which is the root of your nail.

New cells form in the matrix.

And as these new cells grow, older cells move up and push through your skin.

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