Holiday Fat Burner: Apple Cider Vinegar Drink Recipe

Holiday Fat Burner: Apple Cider Vinegar Drink Recipe

Holiday Fat Burner: Apple Cider Vinegar Drink Recipe

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hi I’m apple cider vinegar and I contain acetic acid hi I’m coconut oil and I contain lauric acid well did you know that if we hang out together that we make an amazing cocktail that can really make people healthy all right that’s pretty cheesy but let’s get down to a recipe leveraging pumpkin spiced apple cider vinegar and good old-fashioned coconut oil let’s get to it it’s time for an apple cider vinegar recipe that’s gonna absolutely blow your mind I’ve done apple cider vinegar recipes before but this one takes the cake with some all new approaches in fact this is even a variation of bulletproof tea meaning it is a ketogenic friendly tea that’s gonna help you leverage your body’s fat stores to burn more fat but also has some amazing ingredients that have powerful antioxidant properties and of course our friend apple cider vinegar so we’re starting with regular dream-team all right I’ve just got some good old-fashioned organic green tea make sure you get organic because one thing you may not know the first time that your tea leaves are ever washed of any pesticides or herbicides or when they’re washed in your water yes literally so make sure you’re getting organics you’re not getting all that crud that’s sticking on the tea leaves all right so plain and simple just gonna get some hot water going here okay so I’m gonna go ahead and steep the tea Eve and let that steep for about a minute or two and while that’s steeping it’s a perfect opportunity for me to start describing some of the ingredients in what’s going on in here so first and foremost the star of the show pumpkin spice why pumpkin spice is it just because I’m feeling festive because it’s fall no not at all it’s simply because it contains four extremely powerful spices that do some amazing things especially if you’re on a low-carb diet they’re gonna help you out immensely first and foremost cinnamon cinnamon contains something known as methyl hydroxy Chalco and polymer okay now this methyl hydroxy chalcone polymer although it’s a mouthful to say is actually quite simple with what it does in your body it emulates insulin what does that mean it means that any carbohydrates that you’re consuming it’s going to help your body take them up without having to utilize insulin so all that means is that the carbohydrates that are going around through your bloodstream are gonna get taken up by the cells that much easier without having to consume more carbohydrates perfect for the low carb diet err but additionally cinnamon also contains something known as cinnamaldehyde which enhances your glutathione production which helps you detox if you’re on a low carb diet the first thing you want to be doing is detoxing anyway so it’s helping you not with that then pumpkin spice also contains nutmeg which we all know is awesome nutmeg is super high in something known as massa lignin now I know I’m through all these weird terms at you but massive lignin is something you should know about especially if you’re trying to get cognitive function cognitive improvement okay we all talk about bulletproof coffee and how it’s amazing right well bulletproof tea can be just as good leveraging the power of the Nutmeg simply because it contains an antioxidant that is known as a neural protector basically it helps the myelin sheath that helps the nerve process between your brain and your body so if you’re trying to really make sure that you’re up to snuff you’re gonna go public speaking or you have a meeting that’s important yeah believe it or not nutmeg helps a lot then of course we’ve got ginger ginger contains the famous ginger all ginger all is well known as something that helps produce leptin in the body leptin is what we all want leptin is what allows the fat cells in our body to communicate with the brain to let the brain know that we have enough fat on hand therefore it’s okay for the brain to turn on the metabolism think of it as the leptin picking up the phone and calling the brain and saying hey brain guess what we have enough fat it’s okay to turn up the metabolism and get this guy burning some fat that’s exactly what leptin does and we have a powerful effect from ginger when it comes to that then we have to talk about the good old fashioned clothes clothes do something extremely unique and I’m gonna get ketogenic scientific fancy on you for a second because what happens here is really intriguing it contains something known as eugenol eugenol is a powerful lipid peroxidation prohibitor basically what that means is it stops the fats from going rancid in your body you may not realize this but lipid peroxidation is a real thing that’s where the fats that you consume go rancid inside your body and turn into trans fats definitely something you want to avoid you say eugenol the product of cloves can actually directly penetrate the cell membrane and get right into the red blood cell as well to make sure that lipid peroxidation doesn’t occur to make sure that it’s a powerful fat antioxidant okay so all I’m doing here now that’s been steeping is I’ve got one level teaspoon of pumpkin spice nothing fancy there okay but here’s the thing with pumpkin spice okay you need to make sure you’re getting some minerals along with it that way you’re getting the benefit so that’s exactly why I have some pink Himalayan salt of course when you’re on a ketogenic diet you want to make sure you’re getting enough minerals as well I recommend not putting more than about a quarter teaspoon of that stuff in there now the big star of the show all right we’ve got good old-fashioned apple cider vinegar I’m gonna go ahead and tell you you can put anywhere from 1 to 3 tablespoons of this stuff in I’m gonna go ahead and eyeball it but let me tell you exactly why I’m putting out cider vinegar in this not only does it taste awesome but we all are hearing the amazing benefits of apple cider vinegar lately well the main benefit here is coming from the acetic acid the acetic acid is going to help the uptake of minerals in your body especially if you’re on a low-carb diet you see on a low-carb diet you’re losing a lot of water you’re losing a lot of minerals which means you’re losing important minerals that support the healthy function of your body the acetic acid is gonna help the mineralization in your body those minerals the magnesium the sodium the potassium they’re gonna give into your body so you feel more alive you don’t feel rundown when you’re on a low-carb diet plus we have some really really powerful gut flora benefits there with the apple cider vinegar that are gonna make sure that you get the healthy gut bacteria that you need especially on a low carb diet okay now lastly my personal favorite some good old-fashioned coconut oil now I am just gonna eyeball again about a tablespoon here now this ordinarily wouldn’t work in my other apple cider vinegar drinks because they’re not warm coconut oil is obviously solid about 72 degrees so I’m gonna go ahead and I’m gonna put that in there with the tea I’m gonna go ahead and take out the teabag because I don’t need that guy anymore set that over there go ahead and mix it on up let that coconut oil dissolve here’s the thing with coconut oil and why it’s so important on a ketogenic diet mainly because in the medium chain triglycerides medium chain triglycerides bypass the liver all together they go straight to energy utilization meaning they don’t have to pass through additional processes to actually become energy they immediately get burned and they immediately prime your body to start utilizing fats as a source of fuel even more okay now additionally they contain lauric acid which works in conjunction with the apple cider vinegar so you have a gut biome awesome party going on right here just because of that and that’s it you can add some stevia to this if you’re not on a low-carb diet you can go ahead and add a little bit of honey but I highly recommend keeping it low-carb friendly keep me a ketogenic friendly and making it a drink that you use to start your day while still getting the pumpkin spice love that you really want this season so I’m gonna dive right in my sweet and sour bulletproof tea as always keep it locked in here on my channel if you have ideas for future videos make sure you hit them in the comment section below so that I can see them and I can create the videos that you want to see keep it locked in here on my channel I’ll see you soon that’s awesome

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Cinnamon: Suppresses Appetite- Cinnamon has the unique ability to imitate the activity of insulin in the body – an ingredient in cinnamon, a water-soluble polyphenol compound called methylhydroxy chalcone polymer (MHCP), mimics insulin, activates its receptor, and works synergistically with insulin in cells. Insulin affects the ventral tegmental area (VTA) of the brain that responsible for reward-seeking behavior and overeating – Insulin dulls the synapses in this region of the brain and decreases our interest in seeking out food, which in turn causes us to feel less hungry. Stimulates Glutathione Production- Cinnamaldehyde, cinnamon’s main component, acts as a powerful antioxidant – activates Nrf2, Nuclear factor (erythroid-derived 2) Nrf2 produces two of the most important steps in creating glutathione: Glutamate–cysteine ligase, catalytic (Gclc) and glutamate–cysteine ligase modifier (GCLM), which bind together to form glutathione. Nutmeg: Cognitive Function- Nutmeg contains macelignan, which can reduce the degradation of neural pathways in the brain – been found to impede the reduction in cognitive function that is commonly associated with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Insomnia- Has a high content of magnesium, an essential mineral in the body that reduces nerve tension, and even stimulates the release of serotonin which creates a feeling of relaxation or sedation – serotonin is changed to melatonin in the brain, which is a sleep inducer. Ginger: Ginger contains gingerol, a natural appetite suppressant. Gingerol increases the body’s levels of leptin by simulating the release of it – Leptin is a hormone that regulates hunger and controls satiety. Ginger also reduces weight by suppressing cortisol production. Cortisol is a hormone produced during times of stress and can contribute to hunger, which causes the body to store fat. Study: A 2012 study published in the journal Metabolism examined the effects of ginger on a small group of men, ages ranged from 19 to 50. Found that those who consumed 2 grams of ginger powder after meals had reduced feelings of hunger for up to 6 hours after – Also ate an average of 47 fewer calories than non-ginger days (5) Cloves: Antimicrobial and antifungal properties- Cloves contain eugenol, a phenylpropene, that is commonly used by dentists because it is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory – fights bacteria and inhibits the growth of many fungi, including Candida albicans. Eugenol is a very powerful fat-soluble antioxidant, inhibiting the accumulation of fat peroxide products in red blood cells and maintaining the activities of the body’s antioxidant enzymes at normal levels – eugenol can be directly incorporated into cell membranes, which prevents lipid peroxidation right in place. Improved Digestion:
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