I wonder if any of you have tried this and found it helpful. I thought I'd give it a go after reading a blog on here the other week about anti inflammatory diets. I did a little research before buying and found that the cider vinegar from the supermarket is just a condiment and it's best to go for an organic unpasteurised vinegar which has the "mother" (enzymes) intact. Well my bottle arrived today and I mixed a tbs with a tsp of dark honey in a large glass of warm water. I was poised to gag but was pleasantly surprised to find it was really nice. It tasted like a still cider and not nasty at all. I know there's no proven link that RA can be controlled with diet but I've decided to give this a try. When I've finished reading my book by Margaret Hills I'll give the whole anti inflammatory approach a go. Lets face it, I've got nothing to lose in trying. I already avoid processed foods, additives, caffeine and alcohol. I've managed to lose 74lbs to date and that's despite two steroid jabs since May. I can honestly say this has helped me to stay positive in my battle against RA.