Apple cider vinegar is the ultimate multitasker–you can use it as a salad dressing, hair rinse, or an all-purpose cleaner. For the month of December, Thrive Market is giving away a free bottle of their organic apple cider vinegar (this is the good stuff)!
“The best six doctors anywhere, and no one can deny it, are sunshine, water, rest, air, exercise and diet.” – Wayne Fields
Get a Free Bottle of Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
I love Thrive Market, one reason being that each month they share a freebie which I can then share with you. December’s featured offer is a free bottle of Thrive Market Organic Apple Cider Vinegar plus a 30 day trial for only $1.95 shipping! Existing members receive a free bottle with any purchase over $50.
In addition to its impressive cleaning abilities, apple cider vinegar’s health benefits are legendary.
Unlike regular white vinegar, apple cider vinegar includes something called the “mother.” If you take a peek at the bottle, it’s that cloudy sediment in the bottom, and it’s full of proteins, enzymes, amino acids, and fiber, as well as plenty of beneficial probiotics.
The mother is considered the most nutritious part of ACV and is beneficial for digestion. ACV without the mother, on the other hand, is typically pasteurized, which deteriorates the vitamin, mineral, and probiotic content of the product.
Because it is never pasteurized, filtered, or heated, Thrive Market Organic Apple Cider Vinegar retains all the beneficial nutrients and probiotics. It’s made with organic and non-GMO ingredients for a high-quality product. That means however you use it—in vinaigrettes, marinades, or sautés—you’re adding extra nutrients to every bite.
Get your FREE bottle of organic apple cider vinegar. If you’re new to Thrive Market, you just need to sign up with an email address to browse their extensive collection of the highest quality foods, supplements, personal care items, and beauty products at the best prices possible.
Are you a Thrive Market member, too? Please share your own favorite uses for apple cider vinegar, or any recipes with me in the comments.
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