Reaction or Die-off symptom

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    Mathewsb
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    Hey there,
    2 weeks into the diet and I’ve added ACV for salads as well as added it to water. (1 tablespoon.)I noticed that after drinking the ACV, my hands and face turned red and stayed like that for a couple of hours. Any ideas as to whether this is a die-off symptom or a reaction to ACV?

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    raster
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    Is it raw organic apple cider vinegar or regular apple cider vinegar?

    -Raster

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    Mathewsb
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    You know? I had meant to buy organic and I guess I grabbed the wrong one. Do you think that could be the reason?

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    Able900
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    Mathewsb wrote: You know? I had meant to buy organic and I guess I grabbed the wrong one. Do you think that could be the reason?

    Yes this could be the reason. If you hold a bottle of pure ACV and then a bottle of regular ACV from the grocery store, you’ll see a very distinct difference.

    Able

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    Mathewsb
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    So do you think it’s a reaction to the acv rather than die off? The redness and stinging on my hands is happening again whatever I eat (veggies and salad and chicken) now regardless If there’s acv. Not sure what to do.

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    raster
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    I would use it for cleaning or something else and get raw organic apple cider vinegar. Distilled vinegar is very similar to distilled alcohol and it has a very similar effect.

    -Raster

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