Your Personal Firewall Against An Acidic Body – Part 6 – The Solution & FAQ

What is the easiest way to consume vinegar to protect my body?

Take vinegar in the form of tablets, very easy and convenient!

Mixed vinegar tablets to alkalize your body
Each tablet contains concentrated vinegar derived from apple cider, grain sorghum, pea, wheat, barley and rice bran. It is rich in natural vinegar nutrients, acetic acid and citric acid. The bio-activity of the vinegars is well preserved with an advanced processing technique.

Each Mixed Vinegar tablet contains vinegar from natural sources.

Oriyen Mixed Vinegar tablets are:

Easy to eat – does not taste acidic, nor leave an acidic after taste.

Does not harm teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. I heard that liquid vinegar is very effective. Why should I choose vinegar in a tablet form?
Vinegar tablets are actually more concentrated and more effective than liquid vinegar. Highly concentrated vinegar extract would be too sour for consumption in liquid form. In order to give you multiple benefits, different types of concentrated vinegars are blended into each tablet. Liquid vinegar usually only contains one or two types. Finally, tablets are obviously more convenient; you can take them any time, anywhere.

2. Can I chew the vinegar tablet?
No. It is much better to swallow the tablet with water. The best way to take a vinegar tablet is to take a sip of water leaving a bit of water in your mouth, then place the tablet into your mouth and swallow immediately. Drink more water if required.

3. Can I take vinegar tablets with other beverages (such as fruit juice) instead of warm water?
Yes. However, we do not recommend that you take vinegar tablets with dairy-based or high protein beverages.

4. Can I take vinegar tablets with hot water?
Yes, the temperature will not affect the vinegar, but it’s important to make sure that you do not use water that could scald your mouth.

5. I’m healthy and not suffering from any aches and pains, is there a need for me to take vinegar tablets?
Vinegar tablets can help anyone to maintain health. They are especially great for people who have stressful lifestyles and unhealthy eating habits because vinegar tablets help to counteract acidity in the body.

6. Can I take vinegar tablets while I’m on other health supplements?
Certainly. Vinegar tablets will not reduce the efficacy of other supplements. In fact, they help the body to absorb nutrients such as Vitamin B Complex, Calcium and Iron better. Vinegar tablets also offer many other health benefits. However, we do not recommend taking vinegar tablets along with probiotics supplements.

7. My body is weak, and I was advised to avoid sour foods. Since vinegar is very sour, will taking vinegar tablets cause any undesirable effects to my body?
No, it will not. On the contrary, it benefits your body as it increases absorption of other nutrients.

8. I’m currently taking medication for hypertension, diabetes & etc prescribed by my doctor. Can I take vinegar tablets and how should I take them?

Yes, you can. However, we recommend an interval of 3 hours between intake of your medication and vinegar tablets.

9. Will I be dependent on vinegar tablets? If I stop taking vinegar tablets, will my body revert to its previously unhealthy state?
Vinegar tablets do not cause dependency. However, if you stop taking the tablets and do not change your unhealthy lifestyle and eating habits e.g. excessive intake of meat, refined food and insufficient intake of dietary fibre, your body could revert to its previously unhealthy state.

10. I’m a vegetarian. Can I take vinegar tablets?
Yes. Our vinegar tablets are made of apple cider and cereal vinegar, and do not contain animal products.

11. Who should not take vinegar tablets?
People suffering from serious gastritis and gastric ulcer should not take vinegar tablets.

12. Are there any other uses for vinegar tablets?
Yes, vinegar tablets:

  • Help digestion, prevent thirst and regulate bodily functions
  • Freshen breath and promote secretion of saliva
  • Act as a teapot cleaning agent: Add one tablet into the pot and boil together with the water to remove stubborn stains inside the teapot
  • Help to clean and maintain healthy feet: Grind 1 tablet into powder and mix into a bowl of warm water. Soak your feet in it for 10-15 minutes before bedtime
  • Keep vegetables fresh: Grind half a tablet into powder and add into water, then soak the vegetables in water for 5 minutes,
  • Prevent flowers from withering: Grind 1 tablet into powder and add to the water in the vase.
  • Protect your pets from fleas and mites: Grind 1 tablet into powder and dissolve it into your pet’s drinking water.

13. Is there a different dosage for children and adults?
Yes, please refer to the guide below.

Recommended dosage:
For children 6 years or older 2 tablets after meal, twice daily.
For adults (maintenance) 5 tablets after meal, twice daily.
For adults (improvement) 10 tablets after meal, twice daily.


Nutrition Intelligence – Glossary – Antioxidants, Vitamins, Phytochemicals

Glossary of Terms you may find useful. Got something you can add? Just post a comment with the details.

A

Antioxidants Group of nutrients (vitamins, minerals, enzymes, phyto-nutrients, phyto-chemicals) which help protect your body from free radicals (caused by normal body functions, aging, pollutants, pesticides, antibiotic use and other factors).

Adaptogen – That which helps boost, balance and normalize functions in your body.

B

Bioflavanoids – Sometimes referred to as Vitamin P, these help to enhance the absorption of Vitamin C. The human body does not produce these so they must be supplied by your diet. They help to promote circulation, stimulate bile production, and act with Vitamin C to preserve and protect the structure of capillary blood vessels.

D

Demulcent – Helps to soothe and relieve internal inflammation.

E

Emollient – Helps to soothe and soften inflamed tissue

F

Free Radicals – A single or group of unstable molecules/atoms that can cause damage to cells, leading to breakdown and disease. Visualize and apple – when you cut it and leave the cut surface exposed to air.It turns brown, almost like it’s rusting. Oxidization has occurred. In a similar way unstable oxygen molecules in your body are the free radicals that cause your unprotected organs to “rust” and breakdown.

P

Phytochemicals – Literally meaning “plant chemicals”, phytochemicals are protective food factors derived from a variety of plant sources. Phtyochemicals have powerful health benefits. Whenever there is plant life, phytochemicals protect plants from attack by their enemies in the environment, like bacteria, viruses, radiation and insects. Research is now showing that we can benefit from these life-sustaining qualities as well. Good news for us. Plants have been in existence much longer than man and know much more about survival. Research indicates that phytochemicals can provide protection against some types of cancer.

T

Tonic – A product that is strengthening and invigorating.

V

Vitamins really deserve there own glossary! Vitamins are organic chemicals that are necessary for growth, metabolism, and overall health and well-being. Vitamins originate in food, and are categorized as either fat soluble (meaning they can be stored in the body for long periods of time) OR water soluble (these pass easily through our bodies, cannot be stored, must be replenished daily).

Vitamin A – Also known as Beta Carotene, a fat-soluble vitamin essential for cell growth, development, reproduction, and immunity. It is stored primarily in the liver and is considered one of the most potent antioxidants.

Vitamin B1 – Also known as Thiamine, a water-soluble vitamin, beneficial to the nervous system. It helps to convert blood sugar (glucose) into energy.

Vitamin B2 – Also known as Riboflavin, a water-soluble vitamin which helps with energy production. It must be replaced constantly. It is the most common deficiency.

Vitamin B3 – Also known as Niacin, a water-soluble vitamin, a major player against heart disease. It helps to lower cholesterol and high blood pressure.

Vitamin B6 – Also known as Pyridoxine, this water-soluble vitamin goes through the body in only 8 hours. It is needed for red-blood cell production and cellular growth. It also plays a key role in the immune system and antibody production.

Vitamin B12 – Also known as Cyanocobalamin, a water-soluble vitamin known for its energizing capabilities. It is essential for nerve tissue, promotes growth, memory and regenerates red blood cells.

Vitamin B15 – Also known as Pantothenic Acid, this water-soluble vitamin helps protect against cardiovascular disease as ell as helping with symptoms of arthritis. It helps encourage healing, protects the liver and immune system.

Biotin -This water-soluble vitamin is essential for the metabolism of vitamin C, fat and protein. It helps with healthy hair, skin and nails.

Vitamin C – This water-soluble vitamin is essential for formation of collagen (exists between cells to hold tissue together). It is necessary for growth and integrity of bones, blood vessels, teeth and gums. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and has many powerful properties; anti-cancer, prevention of blood clots.

Vitamin D – This is a fat-soluble vitamin that the skin can produce on its own when exposed to direct sunlight. In only 15 minutes a day, your body can manufacture all it needs. It is not very abundant in food, and is stored in the liver for future use.

Vitamin E – This fat-soluble vitamin is stored in many places; the heart, liver, reproductive organs, fatty tissue, and muscles. It basically works for the nervous system. It is a potent antioxidant, and helps to combat heart disease, by keeping good cholesterol (HDL) high, blood thin and blood pressure low.