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Table of ContentsIntroduction. 1Apple Cider Vinegar. 2Baking Soda. 4Lemon Juice.6Top Benefits and Uses of Apple Cider Vinegar. 7Top Benefits and Uses of Baking Soda. 11Top Benefits and Uses of Lemon Juice. 16Conclusion. 22About Younger, Longer: The Insider’s Health Summit. 23Sources. 25

Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice:39 Surprising and AWESOME Usesof Nature’s Powerhouse TrioPerhaps it is surprising to hear apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice referred to as a“powerhouse trio.”After all, they can seem rather ordinary. Boring even. Most of us have them as pantry and refrigeratorstaples but give them very little thought. We pay more attention to new and exciting supplements,remedies, and the latest exotic superfruit or herb.However, the truth is that these three inexpensive ingredients are some of the best and most versatilegifts nature has given us!People in times past valued the members of this trio a lot more than we do now and found endless usesfor them. Though much of this historic use was later dismissed as old wives’ tales, modern research isrevealing that there may be far more fact than fiction involved.Below you’ll find some interesting and useful info about apple cider vinegar, baking soda, and lemonjuice, followed by the 39 important ways these humble superheroes can benefit you:Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio1

Apple Cider Vinegar:Going Strong for Thousands of YearsWhat Is Apple Cider Vinegar?Vinegar was most likely first made by accident, perhaps from a jug of wine that was left too long andturned sour. In fact, the name “vinegar” comes from the French vin aigre, meaning “sour wine.”Basically, vinegar is produced when a certain type of bacteria, acetobacter, reacts with oxygen in afermented liquid like wine or beer. This process creates acetic acid, which is what vinegar is made of.In this case, apple cider vinegar comes from fermented apple cider. It’s a two-step process of yeastdigesting the sugars found in apples and converting them to alcohol and the acetobacter converting thealcohol into acetic acid.1The final product no longer has alcohol but does have the distinct sour taste of vinegar.History & Folklore of Apple Cider VinegarApple cider vinegar has a long and colorful history of use. It may have been “discovered” as early as 5000BC, although there’s no real way to verify this.At first, it seems to have been used mainly as a culinary ingredient, but its medicinal value began to berecognized somewhere around 3000-2000 BC.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio2

It really came into its own around 400 BC when Hippocrates (often called the father of modern medicine)started prescribing vinegar for illnesses and as a preventative measure. He’s also credited with using it toclean and treat wounds.Another famous proponent of apple cider vinegar was the Egyptian ruler Cleopatra (c. 50 BC) who drankit for good digestion and skin health.Soldiers of several different civilizations, including Greek and Roman soldiers as well Japanese samurais,drank apple cider vinegar as a tonic for strength, durability, and good digestion. They also carried it toclean wounds on the battlefield.1To this day, apple cider vinegar firmly remains a staple of what could be called folk medicine and is usedas a natural tonic for many everyday ailments.Choosing the Right TypeAll apple cider vinegar is not the same, and there are a few things to look for when buying it to make sureyou’ll actually be getting all its benefits.Organic: Buying organic is always a good choice when possible but especially so if apples areinvolved. They are consistently on the “Dirty Dozen” list that keeps track of produce withthe highest amount of pesticide residue and are frequently treated with a chemical calleddiphenylamine after harvest.2Raw and unfiltered: Apple cider vinegar can be processed to remove the “mother,” a sedimentmade of enzymes, beneficial bacteria, and protein that forms as a result of the fermentationprocess. Raw and unfiltered vinegar keeps the mother along with its beneficial properties andis thought to have more powerful health benefits.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio3

Baking Soda: Not Just an Ingredient for BakingWhat Is Baking Soda?Due to its name, baking soda is most often associated with baking, something that was intentionallydone in the 1800s when it was marketed as an essential baking product.The technical name of baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, but it’s also known as bicarbonate of soda,sodium hydrogen carbonate, and sodium acid carbonate. Sodium bicarbonate is an odorless whitepowder with an alkaline pH.3Baking soda is made from something called soda ash, a substance refined from the naturally occurringminerals nahcolite and trona. It can also be made through a chemical process.Trona used for the production of baking soda comes mainly from a huge deposit in the Green River Basinof Wyoming. It’s estimated that there’s enough trona there to supply the whole world with baking sodafor thousands of years, so there’s no danger of depletion.History of Baking SodaThe baking soda we’re familiar with doesn’t enter the picture until the 18th century, but various forms ofit have been used for at least a few thousand years.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio4

Perhaps the biggest example of this is the ancient Egyptian use of natron, a substance made ofsodium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, and other elements. They used it for teeth cleaning, paintinghieroglyphics, treating wounds, and mummification (due to its antimicrobial nature).4Much later, baking soda would become a household staple when Dr. Austin Church and John Dwightteamed up in 1846 to produce and market it as a leavening agent for all kinds of baked goods.These two men were the brothers-in-law who founded the Arm & Hammer company (still the mostpopular brand of baking soda today).Baking Soda vs. Baking PowderIt’s easy to confuse baking soda and baking powder because they look very similar and are used for asimilar purpose. The biggest difference is that baking soda has just one ingredient: sodium bicarbonate.In order to make baked goods rise, baking soda has to be combined with an acid like buttermilk or lemonjuice. Baking powder was created with a base of baking soda and the addition of an acid to make acomplete leavening agent. It also usually has a buffer like cornstarch.For health and household purposes, you’ll want to stick with pure baking soda to get the job done.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio5

Lemon Juice: The Sweetness Behind a Sour FruitOrigin and History of LemonsIt’s no mystery where lemon juice comes from, but the history of the sour, yellow fruit that produces thejuice is fascinating.Citrus trees are some of the oldest fruiting trees. Some scientists put their origin at nearly 8 million yearsago. They seem to have originated in the foothills of the Himalayas, and lemon itself is a hybrid of othercitrus fruits (likely citron, sour orange, and pomelo).5Lemon as a cultivated fruit didn’t start spreading widely until around 1000 AD. It became popular in theMediterranean region and made its way to the Middle East and China.At first, most cultures viewed lemon trees as an ornamental plant and a novelty. Eventually, they beganto use the fruit for culinary purposes and discovered its fresh flavor and health benefits.Christopher Columbus is credited with bringing lemon seeds to the Americas, specifically Hispaniola,where the trees would eventually be grown on a large scale in California and Florida.What’s in a Lemon?Besides its flavor, lemons are probably most well known for their vitamin C content. It was this vitamin(also known as ascorbic acid) that was famously used in the 1700s to cure scurvy.Scurvy is a nasty disease caused by vitamin C deficiency. It involves symptoms like tooth decay, detachedgums, hemorrhaging, and ulcerations. Fortunately for the British Royal Navy, James Lind discovered thatfresh lemons and oranges could prevent and treat this sickness that was plaguing sailors.6Lemon juice also contains potassium, magnesium, folate, vitamin B6, and other trace nutrients.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio6

Top Benefits and Uses of Apple Cider VinegarHelps Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar LevelsThe ability of apple cider vinegar to help lower andregulate blood sugar levels is one of its most studiedbenefits. Lowering high blood sugar levels is especiallyimportant for those with diabetes but is also good foroverall health in general.A study published by the American Diabetes Associationevaluated whether taking apple cider vinegar before ahigh carb meal would benefit the blood glucose levels ofparticipants with insulin sensitivity, insulin resistance,or type 2 diabetes.It was found that the apple cider vinegar significantlyreduced blood glucose levels compared to theplacebo.7 Several other human and animal studies haveconfirmed these results.8How to: Of course, apple cider vinegar isn’t meant to replace any medication, but the best wayto use it for blood sugar is to dilute 1-2 tablespoons in water and drink before a meal.Weight Loss AidOne of the more surprising confirmed benefits of apple cider vinegar is for weight loss. It won’t help thenumber on the scale go down all on its own but can be a much-needed aid on your weight loss journey.Specifically, vinegar has been shown to promote a sense of fullness, which in turn will cause you to eatless and cut down on your overall calorie intake.9Interestingly, at least one study has shown that consuming 15-30 mL (about 1-2 tablespoons) of vinegara day can lead to a modest weight loss with no other lifestyle or diet changes. Not bad at all for a “folkremedy”! 10How to: Take 1-2 tablespoons of vinegar a day (diluted in water) accompanied by healthy dietand lifestyle changes.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio7

May Lower CholesterolHigh levels of bad LDL cholesterol put you at higher risk of heart disease, which is one of the leadingcauses of death worldwide.Animal studies indicate that apple cider vinegar could help bring cholesterol to a healthy level. Researchhas shown a decrease in LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and an increase in HDL (good) cholesterol levelsafter supplementation with vinegar.11 12Human studies are still lacking, but a daily dose of vinegar certainly won’t hurt your heart and could help.How to: Incorporate 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar into your daily diet.Promotes Skin HealthApple cider vinegar has become a popular DIY skincareingredient and with good reason. It is naturally antibacterial,partly from the acetic acid it contains, and can inhibitbacteria that cause acne and other skin issues.13 14Vinegar is also naturally acidic, which can help to balance thepH of your skin. Skin has a natural pH that averages around4.7. This pH level is important for the beneficial microfloraon your skin and for maintaining a healthy skin barrier andmoisture level.Soaps, cosmetics, and even alkaline water can cause the pH to rise with negative effects. Using applecider vinegar as a toner helps bring skin pH back down.15How to: Vinegar can irritate your skin if applied straight, so dilute it in water or a hydrosol tomake a toner at a ratio of 1 part vinegar to 2-4 parts water/hydrosol.Boosts Gut Health & DigestionThough not technically considered a probiotic, raw and unfiltered apple cider vinegar is a prebiotic,something that feeds the good bacteria in your gut and intestines.16It also contains enzymes and good bacteria that support gut health and may help your body digest better.The traditional way to use apple cider vinegar for digestion is taking it before a meal, but you can alsoincorporate it into salads and other foods for a digestive boost.How to: Take 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of vinegar before a meal (diluted) or use it to makesalad dressing, etc.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio8

Foot SoakAdding apple cider vinegar to foot bath can help to fight fungus that causes toenail discoloration, athlete’sfoot, and more. It has natural antifungal properties and has specifically shown action against Candidaalbicans (responsible for yeast infections).13An added benefit is that the vinegar will also help freshen your feet and get rid of any unpleasant odorthey may have!How to: Add 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a warm footbath. You can also add otheringredients like Epsom salts and essential oils like lavender, tea tree, or peppermint.Rinse for Shiny HairAn apple cider vinegar hair rinse can make yourhair shinier and bring some life to dull hair. Ifyou’re a little wary of walking around smelling likevinegar, don’t worry. The scent usually dissipatesquickly after your hair is dry.For best results, use the vinegar rinse consistently1-2 times per week.How to: Dilute 2 tablespoons of vinegar with 1-2 cups of water, depending on how strong youwant the rinse to be. Shampoo your hair as normal before pouring the vinegar rinse over yourhead. Work it into your scalp and the ends of your hair. Let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing,preferably with cool water.Skin-Toning BathMany people opt to get the benefits of apple cider vinegar for skin by using it as a toner or wash ontheir face. You can give all of your skin a boost by adding it to a bath to balance your skin’s pH and gentlycleanse it.The antimicrobial properties of vinegar will be at work as you soak to support the natural protectivebarrier and health of your skin.How to: Add 1-2 cups of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to a normal sized bathtub. Fill withwarm or cool water, depending on your preference. You can also add ingredients like bentoniteclay, Dead Sea salt, or Epsom salt to help your body and skin detox while you bathe.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio9

Sore Throat GargleGargling with apple cider vinegar is an old trick to soothe a sore throat. The acidity and antibacterialproperties of it are likely responsible for this effect, although the acid level of undiluted vinegar can burnyour throat instead of helping.How to: Dilute a teaspoon or two of vinegar in warm water and use it as a throat gargle. You canalso try making a mixture of vinegar, honey, and warm water and drink it as needed.Household CleanerApple cider vinegar is a great choice for anall-natural household cleaner because it hasantibacterial properties and can cut throughsticky messes.There are lots of options for using it in yourhome: dilute it to make a simple all-purposecleaner, add it to dish water for enhancedcleaning, make a room spray for odors andbacteria in the air, or use it to clean dentures.How to: For a simple household cleaner, mix 1 cup of apple cider vinegar with 2 cups of water.Fruit and Veggie WashPesticide residue on fruits and vegetables is a realproblem. If you can’t buy all organic food, washingyour produce before eating it can cut down on thechemicals present on the surface.Using apple cider vinegar can help with getting ridof pesticide residue and may also help neutralizeharmful bacteria, like Salmonella, that can bepresent on fresh produce.17How to: Add a few teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to water used for washing fruits and veggies.Keep in mind this won’t help with pesticides beneath the skin of your produce.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio10

Top Benefits and Uses of Baking SodaDecreases Bacteria and Plaque for Better Oral HealthIt’s not uncommon to find baking soda as aningredient in toothpaste and other oral hygieneproducts because of its dental benefits.Baking soda has an abrasive nature that helpsto clean the surface of your teeth and hasdemonstrated antibacterial activity againstspecific pathogens that cause oral problems. Italso reduces plaque and can prevent biofilm (acause of plaque) from forming.18 19Another study found that a mouthwash withbaking soda increased salivary pH, which can helpinhibit bacterial growth.20This simple pantry ingredient might make yournext dentist visit much more pleasant!How to: Use a baking soda toothpaste regularly to clean your teeth and fight plaque andbacteria. Or make your own mouthwash by dissolving ½ teaspoon of baking soda in a smallglass of warm water and swishing for 30 seconds.Whitens TeethTeeth naturally accumulate stains and start to yellow as you age. A second reason to use baking soda foryour teeth is to remove those stains and brighten your enamel.Multiple studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of baking soda for safely and naturally whiteningteeth and getting rid of stains. A few have also found sodium bicarbonate to be more effective thancommercial whitening toothpastes.21-23It might be a good idea to skip the whitening strips and try baking soda instead.How to: A few times a week, dip your toothbrush in baking soda before adding your regulartoothpaste and brushing as normal.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio11

Soothes Mouth Ulcers and SoresThe technical term for those small, painful ulcersyou get in your mouth is canker sores. They aren’tcontagious but can take a while to go away and areeasily irritated.If you have a sore that won’t go away and keepshurting, it’s most likely due to acids and enzymespresent in your mouth (or from eating too manyspicy and acidic foods). Applying baking soda toa canker sore neutralizes the acid and allows it toheal more quickly.24How to: Apply a small dab of baking soda directly to the ulcer, preferably at night when foodand drink won’t wash it away. It will sting at first before getting better. You can also make abaking soda mouthwash and swish it a few times a day.Supports Kidney HealthA little-known benefit of baking soda is its potentialto slow the progression of chronic kidney disease.This disease involves the slow shutdown of thekidneys, which normally help remove waste andtoxins from your body.A study done in 2009 found that supplementationwith sodium bicarbonate made participants withkidney disease less likely to suffer rapid diseaseprogression without any major side effects.25Though more research needs to be done on theeffectiveness of baking soda for this purpose,it’s definitely an unlooked-for use of a simplehousehold ingredient.How to: Taking 1 teaspoon of baking soda a day (dissolved in water) is a normal, safe dosage,but talk to your doctor first if you’re dealing with kidney disease.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio12

Improves Athletic and Exercise PerformanceBaking soda for athletics and exercise? It’s true. Sodium bicarbonate has a been popular, though littleknown, supplement for athletes for years.Studies have shown that baking soda can delay fatigue and help you exercise or train at your peak forlonger. The reason for this is thought to be because of its alkaline pH that helps to neutralize lactic acidthat builds up during exercise, especially high intensity training.26-28The buffering effect of baking soda may also help your muscles recover better after exercise.How to: The studies on baking soda and exercise recommend taking 300 mg per kilogram ofbody weight and diluting it in a liter of water. Drink the solution 1-3 hours before exercising toget the greatest effect.Helps Occasional HeartburnThe alkaline nature of baking soda is useful in manyinstances, including easing heartburn. Heartburn,also called acid reflux, happens when stomach acidrises back up the esophagus, causing a burningsensation.Antacids are a common over-the-counter treatmentfor occasional heartburn that comes from eatingacidic or spicy foods. Baking soda works in a similarway but doesn’t interfere with drug absorption likeantacids can.29How to: Dissolve one teaspoon of baking soda fully in a glass of cold water. Drink slowly. Usethis remedy occasionally. This remedy is not meant for chronic heartburn.Natural DeodorizerWhether you need to deodorize your house or yourself, baking soda can do the trick. It’s a real deodorizer,meaning it eliminates odors rather than masking them like many air fresheners do.30How to: There are lots of options for using baking soda as a deodorizer. You can make a DIYdeodorant with it or sprinkle some in your shoes to neutralize foot odor. Open a box of bakingsoda and place it in your fridge or closet to freshen the space. Sprinkle a layer at the bottomof your garbage can to help with trash odors.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio13

Fruit and Veggie WashPesticide residue is a serious concern on commercially grown produce and much of it is found on the skinof fruits and vegetables. Peeling them is an effective way to get rid of surface residue but also takes awayfiber and nutrients.If you’re concerned about pesticides on your food, washing them in a baking soda and water solutioncan help dramatically. One study found that baking soda was more effective than both water alone andClorox bleach at getting rid of pesticides on apples.31It was able to remove almost all the residue after 12-15 minutes of soaking and is much better for youthan washing your produce in bleach!How to: Dissolve about a teaspoon of baking soda in a sink full of water. Soak your fruits andveggies in it before rinsing them (scrub for extra cleaning). This is effective but will not get rid ofany pesticides that have penetrated below the skin.Soothe Troubled SkinBaking soda is an old remedy for itchy skin andsunburn. Just adding it to a warm (not hot) bathcan calm troubled skin, especially when combinedwith another skin soother like oatmeal.Sodium bicarbonate also has antifungal propertiesand has shown action against specific fungi thatcan cause nail and skin infections. Using it in a footbath or a full bath can be helpful if you’re dealingwith fungal issues.32How to: For a full bath, add 1-2 cups of baking soda to warm or cool water. For a foot bath, mixabout a tablespoon of baking soda with water in a small bucket or basin.Paste for Bug Bites and StingsIf you love spending time outdoors, bug bites and stings are usually inevitable. Making a paste withbaking soda is another old remedy for relieving the itch or sting naturally.How to: Mix enough water with one teaspoon of baking soda to form a thick paste. Apply thepaste to your bite or sting, covering with a bandage if necessary. Reapply as needed.Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice: 39 Surprising and AWESOME Uses of Nature’s Powerhouse Trio14

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