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Zella Sauer (Terre Haute, Indiana) on 09/17/2008
5 out of 5 stars

Hello, First let me say I love this site! I plan to try many many things here.

I came here because of a gallbladder attack. I was sooo sick with this last attack, and I am not working and have no medical insurance. So I started out with AVC in apple juice and wow !! I felt much better (((but a very wonderful side effect occurred, which I wasn't expecting.... I have been holding water a lot lately in my ankles, and I have been drinking lots of water to help rid my body and eating very little to no salt, but still some puffiness.... I have been using ACV for 3 days now and my ankles and lower legs are TINY again !!! I can't believe it !!!) I have since then been reading all the wonderful things ACV does so I am a believer and will be taking it from now on.))) I did start out drinking the regular kind from the store in apple juice, but I have bought the organic ACV now...

EC: Rest the rest of Zella's post here.
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Replied By Not A Happy Chique (Seattle, Wa) on 07/23/2011

Apple Cider Vinegar was the reason that I got bloated :/ any cures for that?
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Replied By Tracer (Maryland Heights, Mo.) on 07/31/2011

Why do I feel bloated after taking 2T of ACV/1/4 t of baking soda? SHOULD I STOP TAKING IT?
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Replied By Leya (Slc, Ut) on 03/09/2012

You may get bloated due to an allergy to ACV. If you feel uncomfortable when taking it, stop! Food allergies actually cause bloating and fluid retention, which is why ACV doesn't work for some people. If you can't stand taking it, that's a sign that your body doesn't want you to.