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Taking apple cider vinegar with honey, have chronic sinus infection, low iron level. Why?

Hi I started taking 2 tsp of apple cider vinegar with honey in 8 oz of water twice a day to help with chronic sinus infections ( 4 months ago). My doctor ran blood work because I seem to be cranky and a little more tired. He said my iron is at 15 which is very low. My question is - can the apple cider vinegar be causing the low iron? Tks
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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hi welcome to hcm.see apple cider vinegar main effect it detoxify the body and with honey help in weight loss also in bp .main side effect of it if u take directly:1)weaken the tooth enamle
2)damage throat and skin
3)lower blood potassium and bone density
4)heart burn and gastric upset
so don't be worry it not lower ur hb .if ur hb low then eat green leafy vegies specially all bhajies,baigan,pea nut and also take any iron supplement.if ur hb is 15 then no need to worry.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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