I've been using apple juice as source of malic acid in liver flush. I was wondering if the result may be the same if I use 2 tablespoon of Apple cider vinegar in a cup of water as substitute for the apple juice.
An apple contains between 0.4 and 0.6 grams per 100g. An average apple with high malic acid content such as a Granny Smith weighs about 150 grams. So if you eat two apples a day you will consume 1.8 grams of malic acid.
Good quality ACV contains around 0.5% malic acid. So 2 tablespoons of ACV has 30 milligrams of malic acid.