There is a lot buried in this question.
We believe that cider vinegar and other vinegars are good for you because cooking with vinegar usually means healthier cooking and eating. We focus on the taste and quality of our vinegar but are also proud of the fact that our vinegar is slow fermented and raw.
That said we know there is a lot of information out there on the health benefits of apple cider vinegar and other vinegars. Some of it is grounded in science and learned experience, other claims are a bit scary and may prevent people from seeking treatment for real medical problems. We never want to be part of the later and encourage you to use our vinegar to promote a healthy lifestyle and diet not as a medical treatment.
Medical journals and articles from academic institutions are a great source of information on what has been tested, proven, disproven or is untested regarding the specific health benefits of vinegar. You may want to start with this article from the University of Chicago Medical School.
Please don’t take pure vinegar shots. We know it is a thing and that as vinegar makers we should welcome the business. We do not. Vinegar is an acid. Drinking pure vinegar means you are exposing the enamel of your teeth to acid. Instead get the same benefits by using vinegar in your food (unheated) or by making some great vinegar drinks or cocktails. Frankly it just tastes so much better as well!