Did you know Apple Cider Vinegar is made through a two-step process?
Yeast is added to the apple juice to break down the sugars and turn them into alcohol. Then, the bacteria are added, converting the alcohol into acetic acid. Acetic acid is a by-product of fermentation, giving the vinegar its characteristic odour. This bacteria is what is famously known as ‘The Mother’, the catalyst that gives the rise to the vinegar.
The Mother included in our Apple Cider Vinegar consists of dozens of strains of good bacteria, which is predominantly known as ‘probiotics’. These help to keep your digestive system running smoothly, allowing you to get the most out of the food you consume. Probiotics are also known for being good for your immune system, which is majorly found in your digestive tract. The Mother also consists of enzymes, which are essential in breaking down foods so that your body can make use of the nutrients you consume.