Your risk for cancer could decrease
There have been a few studies that indicate ACV can push back against cancer cells. The problem is that these studies have involved culturing cancer cells and then exposing them to either vinegar or acetic acid. While the cancer cells shrunk, there is currently no way to pour ACV on cancerous tumors inside a person’s body. You also can’t give someone an IV full of apple cider vinegar without making them very sick or possibly dead!
However, a large population study in China did find lower than expected rates of esophageal cancer in people who regularly drank vinegar. In any case, we know that despite being acidic itself, ACV is alkalizing in the body and can help restore the alkaline/acid balance in our bodies. Cancer cells thrive in acidic environments.