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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.