Question by  Robin (149)

Will apple cider vinegar cause liver damage?

I drink a ton of apple cider vinegar.


Answer by  martin (522)

Apple cider vinegar, like all vinegar, is fairly high in acetic acid. If you are in otherwise good health, it's unlikely to cause liver damage. However, drinking a lot of vinegar may cause some irritation to your stomach or esophagus over time.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

All alcohol consumption has the potential of causing liver damage. However, apple cider vinegar has a low alcohol content. You must drink enough alcohol to get drunk many times over for it to cause liver damage. If concerned about your health, consult a doctor about your alcohol consumption and have tests done to check for liver damage.


Answer by  Aumin (276)

It is said that if you use apple cider vinegar in excessive doses, it can cause harm to the stomach and liver, but small doses actually have positive results.


Answer by  Lenore (237)

Far from it! Apple cider vinegar is extremely healthy, especially raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar. Not only does it not cause liver damage, it actually detoxes the liver and balances the body's pH. You shouldn't drink it undiluted, though, as it can damage your teeth and esophagus. Try a couple tablespoons in a cup of water with honey.


Answer by  Anonymous

will apple cider vinear hurt if you already have liver and esophageal disease


Answer by  Anonymous

It sure does relief your acid reflux symptoms though.

posted by Anonymous
it does not help one bit for me…if I don't take my omeperazole i get the reflux when drinking acv…  add a comment

Answer by  Anonymous

i use apple cider for my type 2 diabetics and is very helpful daniel

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