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Quiz: How should you get your ACV fix?


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If there ever did exist a supernatural, all-curing elixir, apple cider vinegar is probably the closest thing to it. The tart, often hard-to-swallow stuff is said to improve digestion, increase energy levels, detox your body, combat inflammation, and so much more. The benefits basically read like superfoods’ greatest hits.

But not all of us are able to (nor really should) straight up swig the stuff, à la Hilary Duff. Whether you’re literally bathing in it or nervously testing the waters, this quiz will provide some inspiration on how to embrace or refresh your ACV routine.

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