Feeling Worse with Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)?

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Do you feel worse after taking apple cider vinegar (ACV)? This could be why.

Timestamps
0:00 Feel worse after apple cider vinegar (ACV)?
0:15 The two main reasons why
0:40 What you could do
1:50 A complication
2:55 Keto after gastritis or an ulcer
3:10 Apple cider vinegar benefits

Today let’s talk about why you might feel worse after taking apple cider vinegar.

There are two main reasons why you might feel worse after taking apple cider vinegar:
1. You have an ulcer
2. You have gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining)

What you could do:
1. Zinc carnosine (50mg 3x per day)
2. Chlorophyll
3. Cabbage
4. DGL-licorice
5. Probiotics

Let’s say you have gastritis, an ulcer, and SIBO. This complicates things. SIBO occurs when there are good bacteria in the wrong place. The last thing you want to do is add probiotics or fiber (cabbage) in this situation. The best thing to do in this situation may be to do carnivore for a while and fasting. Fasting may actually help the most.

As you reduce the symptoms from gastritis or an ulcer, you may want to start doing healthy keto and intermittent fasting to help prevent it from coming back again.

A few potential benefits of apple cider vinegar:
• It has potential benefits for your blood sugars
• It may help with insulin resistance
• It may help with digestion

The best time to take apple cider vinegar is before a meal, but a lot of people take it in the morning and at night. You can mix at least 1 tbsp. of ACV in a glass of water, or you can get a powder or tablet ( you may want to take 4-5 tablets). You can also add betaine hydrochloride for additional help.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand why you might feel worse after taking apple cider vinegar and what you could do about it.
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