3 Best Times to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Maximum Results (Fat Loss & More)
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hey Thomas de Lauer here and I’m gonna give you three of the best times to be taking your apple cider vinegar apple cider vinegar is good all the time but it’s especially good when you’re traveling especially good after a cheat meal and it’s really darn good after a fast and I’m gonna tell you how to implement it properly step by step without a bunch of super complex science so let’s go ahead and let’s dive in but first please do hit that red subscribe button and then hit that little Bell icon so you never ever miss our daily yes daily videos on this channel alright so number one when you’re traveling well how is this working is it pseudoscience is it real no there’s real science see here’s the thing there is a lot of I don’t know hearsay out there surrounding apple cider vinegar and how it just changes your gut bacteria even some brands of apple cider vinegar will say that it’s going to change your gut bacteria I think that’s a little bit of a stretch what it does is it supports your current gut bacteria in a positive way and it does this via this pathway apple cider vinegar already has something called pepsin in it okay pepsin is a prebiotic fiber that would feed your intestinal like bacteria right well it also has acetic acid in it vinegar which is going to change the pH of your gut when you change the pH of your gut the way the acetic acid does you actually make pepsin more available in the body and what that means is that now because of the apple cider vinegar but pepsin that a comes in the apple cider vinegar or B comes from other foods that you eat suddenly becomes easier to digest by that bacteria so the point is you’re feeding your gut which therefore could allow that good bacteria to grow a little bit better but here’s what’s even better than that okay the good bacteria will grow but what happens is it breaks down the pepsin into something known as butyric acid and this butyric acid is a short chain fatty acid which is direct fuel for the gut so more importantly than feeding your bacteria it heals your gut because you break it down into a specific fatty acid that just so happens to fuel the cells of the gut helping them heal up more so what does this have to do it traveling though well the big thing is when you’re stressed out you trigger inflammation I don’t know one person that doesn’t get a little bit stressed out when they’re traveling so you have an end result of some inflammation which can be very much so rooted in you gut if you can consume apple cider vinegar you could potentially mitigate this by actually healing it with the short chain fatty-acids and allowing it to heal up but more so than that if we start looking at some of the evidence of circadian rhythm and how bacteria changes when we travel that’s where things get interesting I’ll keep this very brief but there was a study that found that subjects that travel from the u.s. to Israel had a big shift in their gut bacteria when their gut bacteria shifted it shifted in a negative way why this happened who knows could have been stressed could of an airplane food could have been a number of things the point is if you have apple cider vinegar before you fly you give your bacteria the fuel and the food that it needs to proliferate so it doesn’t die off so that way you don’t have this shift you don’t want the bad bacteria like firm acutest to overrun your gut because those bacteria are associated with weight gain that’s why people sometimes have trouble when they travel a lot so anyway apple cider vinegar directly before your flight or right before you go through TSA so they don’t take it an apple cider vinegar right at the end of your flight when you land summer and you pick up a $2 bottle of apple cider vinegar that don’t lie you can get just about anywhere all right next up is cheat meal or carbohydrate mitigation right if you just went to town on carbs or you went to town on cheat meal we don’t want to have your blood sugar skyrocket and one of the biggest claims to fame with apple cider vinegar is the fact that acetic acid drives down blood sugar so you can control the impact have less negative response and potentially even have less potential weight gain okay so when we look at the digestive system we have glucose transporters and these glucose transporters take sugar carbohydrates from the gut into the bloodstream it turns out acetic acid and apple cider vinegar turns down the number of shovels that you have it gets rid of some of those glucose transporters so simply put you have less glucose getting into the bloodstream and more just staying in the gut and pass it on three okay additionally it also gets rid of some of the disaccharide some of the enzymes that actually break down sugars into smaller particles so not only does it limit them getting the blood stream it also limits them getting into their prepackaged form so this is exactly what we’re after in fact the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition published a study that found a 34 percent decrease in overall glucose levels in subjects that had apple cider vinegar at you’re consuming 50 grams of carbohydrates worth of white bread now this study was a little bit more pronounced than that but the point was is if they had apple cider vinegar their blood sugar was 34% lower then another study published in diabetes care found that a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar right before bed led to a 6% reduction in fasting glucose the next morning it actually drove down their glucose levels the next day because their body was able to a metabolize it better and probably process it and Street it better this is pretty darn cool stuff that’s why I do have apple cider vinegar in my thrive boxes thrive is an online membership based grocery store they’re a big sponsor of this channel so thank you to them but I put a link down below if you want to check out what they’ve got so I’ve been able to assemble keto boxes fasting boxes thyroid support boxes everything so that you can be able to get things that I would get at the grocery store so I have a bunch of other gut health things and everything like that in the box but most importantly for the sake of this video I do have a really good deal on apple cider vinegar that’s in those boxes so anyhow the point is check them out after this video they are absolutely changing the game and they’ve changed how I stock my pantry and that is the gospel truth so please do check them out down below after this video now we move on to the next one which is fasting it is awesome to be able to use apple cider vinegar when you fast and guess what no it won’t break your fast here’s where I get to get nerdy on fat loss alright the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry published a study that discovered that when you have a Civic acid in a fasted state it up regulates a really cool receptor protein that I am presently obsessed with called PPA our alpha PPA our alpha is a receptor protein that normally gets activated when you are in a fasted state because you’re liberating fatty acids into the bloodstream so it gets activated well turns out apple cider vinegar makes it so that you have more of that now why is this so cool because PPAR alpha does a lot of different things so it’s involved in the whole genetic process and it allows our body to create or release more uncoupling proteins which turns white fat into brown fat which means our body turns into a fat incinerator it burns more heat it burns more calories but it also does other things it helps our bodies stimulate more ketones so if you’re someone doing a low carb diet it’s going to help your liver create more ketones and that’s just the tip of the iceberg this thing is on amazing it also has a huge anti-aging properties so you combine fasting which is already anti-aging along with this upregulation of PPAR alpha from apple cider vinegar holy cow you just made fasting that much more powerful but it doesn’t really stop there it actually gets even cooler acetic acid which is again a primary component of apple cider vinegar up regulates AMPK AMPK is an energy sensor in your body if you up regulate it it tells the body to start tapping in to stored body fat tissues and to activate cellular recycling processes like etapa g so indirectly apple cider vinegar could make your fast more restorative that’s super cool but then one more cool thing it turns down a and PK in your brain which means that you’re gonna be less hungry so your body becomes hungry so it burns its own fat but your brain is not hungry so it just I don’t know lets you just chill and enjoy your fast apple cider vinegar is epic with all these things and that’s why I’ll probably talk about it more in the future see you tomorrow
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Apple Cider Vinegar is good for you. That we know. But when is the best time to take it? Well, in this video, I will break down THREE of the BEST times to take your ACV! Let’s dive in and I’ll see you in the COMMENTS!
Acetic Acid and Digestion and Bloating
A common reason for bloating is a lack of hydrochloric acid – acetic acid can increase pepsin production, which may lessen the bloat brought on by flying
ACV and Pepsin
Acetic acid increases the activity of the pepsin and may also increase the proliferation of epithelial cells
A study from the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis found that high altitude journeys and flights are associated with an increased risk of flares in inflammatory bowel disease patients
A lack of oxygen or the proverbial thin air, as is common at high altitudes or during flights, can trigger inflammation in the intestinal tract
Pectin is a natural prebiotic
It increases butyrate
After a carb-laden (cheat?) meal/in between meals
Acetic acid has been shown to decrease the activities of a number of intestinal glucose transporters and disaccharidases – also inhibits sucrase activity
Study – European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Another study, from Diabetes Care, found that vinegar ingestion at bedtime moderates waking glucose concentrations in adults with well-controlled Type 2
A study in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that acetic acid upregulates PPARalpha, a gene that regulates fatty acid oxidation, in the liver, where almost all acetate in the portal circulation is metabolized
AND upregulates uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2)
Enhances AMPK Activation (in the liver)
*Fasting & Keto both promote AMPK, and it turns out that ACV (acetic acid) actually upregulates AMPK as well*
AMPk being elevated in the liver increases fat oxidation (fat burning) vinegar increases AMPk in the liver and in fat cells.