The Healing Powers of Vinegar May Reduce the Risks of Metabolic Syndrome in Baby Boomers

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A recent article published on the Wall Street Journal Online found that one in three baby boomers had metabolic syndrome. Cal Orey’s “The Healing Powers of Vinegar: A Complete Guide to Nature’s Most Remarkable Remedy” helps boomers fight the metabolic syndrome.

According to a recent report published on the Wall Street Journal Online, nearly one in three baby boomers has metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions, which increase the risks of stroke, diabetes and heart attack.

Vinegar may be the perfect and practical modern miracle for baby boomers. Cal Orey’s revised and updated book, “The Healing Powers of Vinegar: A Complete Guide to Nature’s Most Remarkable Remedy,” shows that the metabolic syndrome can be hindered with simple apple cider vinegar found in kitchen cupboards.

“The battle may be won if diet and lifestyle changes are teamed with vinegar,” Orey said. “It is proven by scientists worldwide that people who follow a Mediterranean-style diet, similar to the vinegar-based meal plans in my book, can lower their weight, blood pressure, insulin, total cholesterol and triglycerides, while boosting their good cholesterol.”

According to Orey, vinegar may also stave off other ailments affecting baby boomers like colds, congestion, flu, earache, seasonal affective disorder, sinus headaches and sore throat. It is also believed that vinegars, all types, may be beneficial as a year-round eco-friendly and invaluable resource for the household, kids and pets.

“Whether people are 25, 50 or 75, vinegar power is now widely recognized as a valuable weight loss tool and potent elixir that is a cheap and natural key to feeling good and looking great,” Orey said.

About the Author

Cal Orey is an accomplished author and journalist. Her books include: “The Healing Powers of Vinegar: A Complete Guide to Nature’s Most Remarkable Remedy,” “Doctors’ Orders,” “202 Pets’ Peeves” and “The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes.” For more information or to schedule an interview, contact the author via e-mail or visit http://www.calorey.com.

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