Arthritis and Cholesterol Buster?
Timeless Health Tip
Unfortunately, this isn't true. Neither vinegar nor honey, or the two combined, can relieve the stiffness of arthritis or reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood.
There is another misunderstanding in this thought; cholesterol builds up in the arteries, not in the veins.
There are many medicines available for arthritis, prescription and non-prescription. The two most popular prescriptions are Vioxx and Celebrex.
For cholesterol control, diet is a crucial factor and the vitamin niacin is known to help. It is often used as a standard, non-prescription remedy for lowering cholesterol. With niacin, however, one must have their liver function checked regularily and it can also cause flushes and sometimes a rash. Many people say the flushes are not bad enough to stop taking it; however, some are very troubled by it. Discuss this option with your doctor if it interests you. Recommended: Nature's Bounty Flush Free Niacin.
There are popular prescription medications for cholesterol control - Lipitor and Zocor. They're pricey, but you can purchase them in generic form.
What About Bragg's Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Drink?
This beverage may not solve the cholesterol problem entirely, but it can help control blood sugar. This can give you a boost to your heart health. Stevia lends a touch of sweetness.